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The Street: The list includes careers that have long been popular trades for Americans who don't attend college. But Careercast also identified tech positions that are in high demand, and often don't require a degree, just skill.
The Street: With a smartphone in hand, we can be better prepared when bad things happen and work more efficiently to make the best of the situation.
The Street: If Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer feels like she needs Tumblr, at over a billion dollars, to raise Yahoo! from the dead, she's not nearly as talented as I initially thought.
A US Airways executive told the Independence Business Alliance on Monday that Philadelphia's largest airline was pursuing and seriously committed to diversity in its workforce.
PhillyInc: Urban Outfitters Inc. is the high-profile local company that shareholder activists are targeting once again over a lack of diversity on its board of directors.
Urban Outfitters Inc., the hipster retailer headquartered at the Navy Yard, reported Monday that it had record quarterly revenue and a 39 percent increase in profit after reining in store markdowns.
Campbell Soup Co. shares tumbled Monday despite a rebound in U.S. soup sales and an increased earnings forecast for the fiscal year that ends in July.
Apple Inc. employs a group of affiliate companies located outside the United States to avoid paying billions of dollars in U.S. income taxes, a Senate investigation has found.
Your Money: If you have the guts to blow the whistle on a Wall Street investment fraud and approach U.S. regulators with your allegations, beware the case of Kathleen Furey.
Stocks are closing higher on Wall Street as investors bank on continued support from the Federal Reserve.
Corn is falling after U.S. farmers planted record amounts of corn last week, easing concern that earlier delays to planting would harm this year's crop.
Revel, a brand new but struggling Atlantic City casino, has formally emerged from bankruptcy.
Shareholders at JPMorgan Chase voted to let Jamie Dimon, the chairman and CEO of the nation's largest bank, keep both his jobs Tuesday. Dimon also received strong support to be re-elected to the bank's board of directors.
The man charged with reviving France's shrinking economy and attracting businesses to invest here is gaining a reputation for doing the opposite.
The chief executive of aerospace giant United Technologies Corp. is optimistic about an improving economy and airline industry.
The stock market turned higher Tuesday as investors banked on continued policy support from the Federal Reserve. Two big retailers also topped Wall Street expectations for the most recent quarter.
Herbalife Ltd. says it has hired PricewaterhouseCoopers to be its new auditor.
The price of oil fell Tuesday as investors waited for the Federal Reserve's latest views on the U.S. economy.
Shareholders of JPMorgan Chase voted Tuesday to let Jamie Dimon keep both the chairman and CEO roles, but they signaled that the bank needed better oversight, giving only narrow approval to three of the bank's board members.
Diane Mastrull: Kip Anthony was a farm boy from the Midwest who went on to become a mechanical engineer at big companies doing big things. Then the small-business bug bit.