No end to the worker shortage: America had 11.3 million jobs available in January

America's worker shortage is far from over: In January, the nation had 11.3 million jobs to fill and not enough workers to do so, according to new data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Dow jumps more than 600 points after four-day losing streak

-Stocks surged Wednesday morning as investors celebrated a drop in crude oil prices.

Don't Panic If You Receive Scary IRS Notice

The IRS announced this week that it will temporarily suspend issuing more than a dozen different types of automated notices indicating balances due, unfiled returns and other deficiencies so that it can work through its pandemic-induced backlog

Gunman in Texas synagogue standoff was known to UK security services, official says

The British national killed by the FBI after taking four people hostage at a Texas synagogue Saturday was known to UK security services and had been the subject of a brief investigation in 2020, a UK official told CNN.

Quit your job? Here's what to do with your 401(k)

Millions of people have decided to quit their jobs. If you're one of them, you'll have a lot to wrap up before your last day of work.

Wall Street is getting greedy again

The calendar has flipped to 2022 but investors are still partying like it's 2021. Stocks remained near record levels Monday, the first trading day of the year, and investors are ramping up the greed.

UK bank mistakenly pays out $175 million on Christmas Day

UK bank Santander got into the Christmas spirit this year by paying out a total of £130 million ($175 million) to customers by mistake on December 25.

Woodforest National Bank and FHLB Dallas Award Over $250K in Disaster Aid

When February’s ice storm caused unprecedented power outages throughout much of Texas, Yeneka Younger shivered in an unheated Dallas, Texas, home for days.

Billionaire Robert F. Smith and Other Corporate Leaders Mount Campaign to Close the Digital Divide

With protests having erupted in cities across the country over police violence targeting Black men and women, the civil rights and social justice movements have shot to the forefront of U.S. politics in a way not seen since the 1960s.

Pfizer signs license agreement to allow broader global access to its experimental Covid-19 antiviral pill

Pfizer said Tuesday it signed a licensing agreement to allow broader global access to its experimental Covid-19 pill. The agreement with the Medicines Patent Pool, a United Nations-

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon allowed to skip quarantine in Hong Kong

Jamie Dimon is the latest big name in business to skip one of the world's longest quarantines.

Stocks tumble on inflation and debt ceiling worries

Wall Street is starting the week in the red, with the Dow and other major indexes sharply lower.

Posing as Walmart, scammers send crypto surging 25%

In what appears to be a massively successful pump and dump scheme, cryptocurrency litecoin surged around 25% early Monday after a falsified news release said Walmart would begin accepting the payment for online purchases.

Wells Fargo Returns as Presenting Sponsor for 2021 Leadership Institute

The Institute, now in its 21st year, is part of a larger mission to advance pathways toward economic mobility for HBCU students and intentionally diversify the future work force within corporate America

American Express names Anré Williams, Chief Executive Officer of American Express National Bank (AENB) and Group President, Enterprise Services

As CEO of AENB, Anré oversees all aspects of American Express’ U.S. banking operation, which is responsible for approximately 60 percent of the company’s total billings and revenues. In addition, as Group President of Enterprise Services, Anré leads American Express’ ...