Facebook Inc.'s second-quarter results blew past Wall Street's expectations as the world's largest social networking company continued to grow mobile advertising revenue. Facebook, which is based in Menlo Park, Calif., ended the quarter with nearly 5,300 employees up 33 percent from a year earlier. Full story
When USC athletic director Pat Haden made the decision to hire Andy Enfield as his new head coach there was a great deal of excitement amongst the Trojan faithful. The program went through a tough season that included the firing of Kevin O’Neill, and the specter of hiring the man who gave birth to a Full story
Boston Celtics President of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge has had a busy summer to say the least. After hiring Butler’s Brad Stevens, and acquiring multiple picks for future drafts, he is setting the foundation for a post-Paul Pierce/Kevin Garnett era in Boston. As Ainge begins a new chapter in Full story
Part-time jobs jumped by 360,000, while full-time jobs dropped by 240,000 in June. Discussing the state of hiring, with Matthew Slaughter, Tuck School of Business; Scott Brown, Raymond James; and Brian Hamilton, Sageworks.
"There is life in hiring outside of the government," says CNBC's Rick Santelli, in discussing today's economic data.
Medal of Honor winner Dakota Meyer is the spokesperson for the Hiring Our Heroes program taht seeks to place veterans in jobs. Meyer joins author and former Marine Bing West and MSNBC's Col. Jack Jacobs to discuss the need for hiring veterans.
One of the most dramatic comeback stories in business, with CNBC's Robert Frank; David Siegel, Westgate Resorts founder & CEO; and his wife, socialite Jackie Siegel. Siegel's company is reporting record profits, and hiring back workers it laid off 3 ye...
Kirk McDonald, PubMatic president explains why he is not interested in hiring new college graduates without the ability to write code. And, CNBC's Jon Fortt has the detail on where to get a crash course in coding.
Trader Michael Gallucci works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Friday. Robust hiring in the U.S. boosted the stock market in early trading.
Dallas Eakins' wife Ingrid Eakins watches her husband during a news conference announcing his hiring as head coach of the Edmonton Oilers in Edmonton June 10, 2013. REUTERS/Dan Riedlhuber (CANADA - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
Dallas Eakins receives a jersey from Edmonton Oilers' General Manager Craig MacTavish during a news conference announcing Eakins' hiring as head coach of the Edmonton Oilers in Edmonton June 10, 2013. REUTERS/Dan Riedlhuber (CANADA - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY)