The billionaire businessman airs ads slamming the minimum wage and insisting that people on it are still relatively wealthy.
That's becoming a growing a criticism, but tighter rules already have led to fewer takers from overseas.
Women who work irregular shifts appear more likely to suffer from reproductive health issues.
With their job prospects so dismal, they have little recourse but to join the already surging assistance rolls.
A nonpartisan study shows that granting them such status would allow them to pay a great deal more.
Economists and scientists predicted shorter hours for US laborers nearly a century ago. Why hasn't it happened?
The snack cake company returns with fewer factories, reduced employee pay, raided pensions and no unions.
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Those free employee meals are great perks, but they're also taxable, the agency says.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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