wages

Government, Business, Fuel

Portugal May Declare Civil Order to Counter Fuel Supply Shortage

Tank truck drivers on strike in Lisbon, Portugal Tank truck drivers on strike watch a fellow driver leaving a fuel depot in Aveiras, outside Lisbon, on Aug. 12, 2019. Portugal is rationing gas as a precaution after some 2,000 tank truck drivers began a strike over pay. (Associated Press/Armando Franca)

Portugal may declare a civil order to ensure that truck drivers, who began a strike Aug. 12, deliver enough fuel to stop gas stations across the country from running dry at the height of the country’s tourism season, Prime Minister Antonio Costa said.

Henrique Almeida | Bloomberg News
August 12, 2019
Government, Business

Pay Gains for US Workers Slowed in 2Q

Subaru factory worker Worker in an Indiana Subaru factory. (Daniel Acker/Bloomberg)

WASHINGTON — U.S. workers saw their wages and benefits grow more slowly in the second quarter, a sign that a tight labor market has yet to accelerate income gains.

Matt Ott | AP Business Writer
July 31, 2018
Business

Employment Costs Pick Up on Faster Wage Gains at Factories

A welder works on sides for refrigerated rail cars at the Gunderson Rail Car Plant in Portland, Ore. Natalie Behring/Bloomberg News

U.S. employment costs picked up in the third quarter from the previous three months, helped in part by faster wage gains in manufacturing, the Labor Department said Oct. 31.

Vince Golle | Bloomberg News
October 31, 2017
Government, Business

US Economic Growth ‘Slight to Moderate’ in Recent Weeks

Port Los-Angeles Trucks Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg News

Economic growth in recent weeks ranged from “slight to moderate” across the U.S. central bank’s regional districts as wages and inflation remained generally subdued, a Federal Reserve survey showed.

Christopher Condon | Bloomberg News
July 12, 2017
Business

Wage Gains Seen for Workers at Small Companies

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Wage growth is poised to accelerate at small U.S. companies this month after a slowdown in October.

Kenneth Kohn | Bloomberg News
November 10, 2015