U.S. adds 164,000 jobs in July, jobless rate unchanged at 3.7%
Megan Greene, senior fellow at Harvard Kennedy School, and Subadra Rajappa, head of U.S. rates strategy at Societe Generale, examine the U.S. July jobs report.
Africa's demographic dilemma
Africa's population is growing rapidly. The high birth rates present the continent with an enormous challenge. However, a study found that the number of children is declining as education, health, and jobs rise.
FBN’s Cecilia Akintomide on how tax breaks can boost Nigeria’s economy
Tax breaks are a vital strategy for Nigeria in the execution of its ease of doing business strategies. While speaking in an interview with CNBC Africa's Christy Cole, on the sidelines of the ongoing annual conference of the Nigerian Bar Association's Section on Business Law, Cecilia Akintomide, non-Executive Director of FBN Holdings pointed out that such tax breaks and incentives would normally be reinvested by business owners leading to expansion and more jobs.
Hard for Manufacturing Slowdown to Tip U.S. Economy: Economist Gapen
Michael Gapen, chief U.S. economist at Barclays, examines the U.S. May jobs report.
U.S. adds 201,000 jobs in August, wages unexpectedly rise
U.S. payrolls increased by 201,000 in August while the unemployment rate held steady at 3.9 percent and annual wage gains topped estimates at 2.9 percent.
The best Wall Street jobs for women aren't on Wall Street
On this edition of "Business of Equality," Laura Pavlenko Lutton, Morningstar Inc.'s director of manager research practice for North America, and Bloomberg's Liz McCormick discuss the best opportunities for women on Wall Street with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu on "Bloomberg Markets."
The biggest questions about Brexit and the banks
London has flourished as a financial hub over the past two decades. If Brexit curtails the U.K.’s access to Europe’s single market, it might become a far less attractive place from which to do business.