A South Korean developer plans to spend over one billion dollars to transform land in Osceola County into a mixed-use town center for a development known as NeoCity.
U.S. unemployment claims rose last week to 332,000 from a pandemic low, a sign that worsening COVID-19 infections may have slightly increased layoffs.
The latest projections from the American Hotel and Lodging Association shows that the pandemic continues to ravage business travel with Florida.
The share of Americans in poverty rose slightly to 11.4% in 2020, but COVID-19 relief payments eased losses for many, census data showed.
President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate announcement Thursday is not sitting well with some entrepreneurs.
UPS is planning to hire 100,000 seasonal workers ahead of an anticipated crush of holiday orders to begin as early as October.
The leading U.S. airlines say that the rise in COVID-19 cases is hurting ticket sales and pushing back the recovery of the travel industry.
The new range of penalties, which take effect Friday, will be $500-$1000 for first offenders and $1000-$3000 for second offenders.
Microsoft told employees Thursday that it has indefinitely delayed their return to U.S. offices until it’s safer to do so.
U.S. unemployment claims fell last week to 310,000, a pandemic low and a sign that rising COVID-19 cases have yet to lead to widespread layoffs.
The expiration of jobless benefits could fuel a sharp spending pullback.
Labor Day represents a perilous crossroads for millions of Americans: Two primary anchors of the government's COVID-19 protection package are ending or have recently ended.
Millions of jobless Americans who have depended on federal unemployment aid as a financial lifeline are about to lose those benefits just as the delta variant of the coronavirus poses a renewed threat to the economy and the job market.
America’s employers added just 235,000 jobs in August, a modest gain after two months of robust hiring at a time when the delta variant’s spread has discouraged some people from flying, shopping and eating out.
U.S. unemployment claims fell last week to 340,000, a pandemic low and another sign that the job market is steadily rebounding.
Some local business owners say they travel to Puerto Rico to see family and work.
Older adults who are childless in the U.S. are more likely to be college educated, working and white than those with children. And their numbers are growing.
The lawsuit, filed on behalf of 10 people who lost jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic, alleged that the federal payments should have been allowed to continue until Sept. 6.
Job or income loss was the top reason Americans cried about money, a LendingTree survey said.
U.S. unemployment claims rose for the first time in five weeks even though the economy and job market have been recovering from the pandemic.