Declines in U.S. goods were offset by an uptick in the labor market.
Although still hiring and spending, small businesses have lower expectations about growth in real sales.
More workers were hired and many put in more hours, but overall they produced less, said the Labor Department.
While a survey shows a decline in the growth rate from a year ago, 2015 as a whole was "a very strong year" for the middle market.
More than 1.2 million Walmart U.S. and Sam’s Club associates are slated to receive pay increases under the second phase of a program to invest in…
Employers added 257,000 jobs in December, the biggest gain for all of 2015 and another sign that strong job growth is continuing.
Business units and functions are far more likely to value internally conducted financial analyses over those farmed out to third parties.
Candidates are in the driver's seat, companies are hiring for potential rather than experience, and other hot trends.
Michael Nicholson takes over as finance chief as the retailer works to correct operational missteps that have hurt sales.
Almost half of business school students say they'd take a lower salary to work for an environmentally conscious employer.