The numbers of first-time claims for unemployment assistance in the U.S. fell to some 860,000 last week. That's about 33,000 fewer than the week before.
It's been a tough year for the cruise industry around the Great Lakes, but with safety protocols in hand and optimism in the air, industry experts have high hopes for 2021.
Diners are heeding their fears about dine-in eating by taking their search for comfort food during the pandemic to places like drive-in eateries.
Experts say the banking industry is going to see fewer traditional bank branches in lieu of digital tools, advanced technology and “advice centers” for banking customers looking to borrow, deposit or learn more about services in the pandemic era.
State Launches First-in-Nation Program to Offer Frontline Workers Tuition-Free Path to Community College
A new program Gov. Gretchen Whitmer calls a "first in the nation" idea will provide tuition-free education opportunities for Michigan's frontline workers.
The U.S. Senate is likely to vote this week, perhaps as early as Thursday, on a slimmed-down version of a coronavirus relief package that has already failed.
The U.S. continues to add jobs (1.4 million in August), while first-time unemployment claims dropped below 1 million.
Report: Michigan Remains Stable in Manufacturing, Logistics Grades But Needs to Address ‘Brain Drain’
An annual report from Ball State University says Michigan needs to establish 'strong core cities' to mitigate 'brain drain.'
Huntington Bank and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced a partnership designed to provide $5 billion in help for small businesses. The plan is part of Huntington's $20 billion community plan.
As more and more businesses return to work, the U.S. Department of Labor is working with companies to understand the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
With the payroll tax "holiday" taking effect, the IRS has issued guidance on how the plan will work.
With the response to the coronavirus wreaking havoc on the job market, experts are saying the gig economy is surging as a means of filling the gap.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer issued an order clarifying the treatment of workers who stay home with specific symptoms of COVID-19.
The Michigan Women's Commission has changed its place on the state's organizational chart, moving to the Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity.
Michigan's gym owners believe they've taken the proper precautions to keep clients safe from COVID-19, and they're asking Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to let them reopen.
Michigan's Uemployment Insurance Agency applied for funding that would provide an additional $300 per week for unemployed workers. FEMA approved the request.
More than 900K Michiganders who have lost work because of the coronavirus could use this supplemental benefit, the state says.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer called funding "a good start" in helping Michigan families facing school-related challenges due to coronavirus this fall.
Financial-services companies, especially membership-focused credit unions, are seeing success during the coronavirus pandemic through an increase in digital offerings, a shift in their real-estate strategies and support...
As remote work becomes the norm and the nation’s students head back to school, business experts are looking forward to what some are calling “Remote Work 2.0.”