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LinkedIn Talent Solutions/YouTubeWhen someone goes to a job interview with LinkedIn's head of recruiting, Brendan Browne, one of the first things he'll do is hand over an erasable marker and direct you to a whiteboard on the wall.Browne has been at...
REUTERS/Brendan McDermidCiti made a major hire in its European equities team.20-year-veteran Michela Ferrulli has been hired as the bank's head of equities and sales trading for the Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Asia region.She...
Soft US economic data appears to have spurred short covering in the 10-year Treasury note futures market, explains Marc Chandler, Global Head of Curre
The new head of the People’s Bank of China has pedigree as an advocate of free-market reforms. But with Beijing reasserting the role of the state sector in China’s economy, he will find it hard to pursue real change.
India's economy really needs to hit a 10 percent annual growth rate, says Raghuram Rajan.
SAN FRANCISCO— As a teenager working for his dad's construction business, Noah Ready-Campbell dreamed that robots could take over the dirty, tedious parts of his job, such as digging and leveling soil for building projects. The San Francisco...
China's leadership has appointed a U.S.-trained economist to succeed the longtime governor of its central bank, Zhou Xiaochuan, at a time when the ruling Communist Party is trying to reduce financial risks and surging debt.
BUPYEONG, South Korea (Reuters) - Having lost his temporary job as a mechanist at GM Korea twice in the past eight years, Shin Hyun-chang was eagerly awaiting a court ruling last month on whether the automaker would be forced to recognize him as a...
Jason Lee/ReutersEconomist Yi Gang, who was trained in the US, will become China's new central bank governor.He will succeed the country's longest serving central bank head, Zhou Xiaochuan. Zhou is said to be retiring from his post...
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Wall St. Cheat Sheet
Barclay's has released a report outlining the ten largest infrastructure projects in America. All good opportunities for job creation under President Trump.
Russians began voting in a presidential election on Sunday, and are set to give Vladimir Putin a commanding victory that could only be blemished if large numbers do not bother taking part because the result is so predictable.
China's parliament on Sunday appointed a senior graft-buster as head of the country's new anti-corruption body.
Trump’s tariffs will soon take effect. Economist Lindsay Piegza explains the hidden costs of tariffs.
If you want to work in an Apple store, prove you've got these traits in the job interview.
If the Federal Reserve’s big get-together is a must-see event for Wall Street this week, the latest look at business investment is the undercard. Here’s why it’s so important to the U.S. economy — and your job.