#wages

Politics | Politics

Corporate America's Spending Roars On, and These Charts Show Why - Bloomberg

An elixir of tax relief, a less-stringent regulatory landscape and healthier global demand is unleashing a heady pace of capital spending by corporate America.

Business & Finance | Economics

Wages Rise at Strongest Pace in Nearly a Decade | Breitbart

Compensation for American workers rose at the fastest annual pace since the third quarter of 2008, the Department of Labor said Friday.

News | The News

Warren Buffett Raises Wages in Trump's Tight Labor-Market | Breitbart

Buffett failed to get an amnesty, is forced to raise American's wages

Business & Finance | Economics

Report: Trump's Immigration Policies Raising Restaurant Wages | Breitbart

Because of tighter enforcement, kitchen workers have more clout to seek wages and promotion.

News | The News

Fed Beige Book: Tax overhaul is boosting US wages | Fox Business

Businesses saw “modest increases in compensation” after passage of the $1.5 trillion package, according to the central bank.

Politics | Politics

The Gender Pay Gap Is Largely Because of Motherhood - NYTimes.com

When men and women finish school and start working, they’re paid pretty much equally. But a gender pay gap soon appears, and it grows significantly over the next two decades.

Politics | Politics

$15 Is Too Much Even For Those Who Support A Higher Minimum Wage

What's becoming very interesting about this rumpus over the minimum wage is that we're seeing even those who support a higher minimum wage in general stating that they think that $15 an hour is just too high. The deeper point of this being that th

News | The News

Seattle Sees Unexpected Fallout from $15 Per Hour Min. Wage

Seattle Sees Unexpected Fallout from $15 Per Hour Min. Wage

Miscellaneous | Other Interesting Stories

NFL Cheerleaders Finally Have Something to Cheer About

When Oakland Raiders cheerleader Lacy T. filed a class-action lawsuit against her team in January—alleging that she and her fellow Raiderettes were paid less than minimum wage, illegally fined for minor infractions (like gaining five pounds), and ge