Cyber Monday is no longer a one-day affair.
The Vermont Department of Labor says IBM's semiconductor manufacturing facility in Essex Junction has immediate openings.
Summer tourism season for both Vermont and New York was booming this year.
For the first time there are affordable housing options right in the middle of Shelburne village.
Although the rain kept some fair goers away on Sunday, organizers say the past two days they saw record crowds.
Your Starbucks latte could cost you more starting Tuesday, when the company raises the price of some of its drinks.
Vermont’s governor will sign a law Monday that will increase the state’s minimum wage.
National Life Group announced on Monday will hold a job fair at its headquarters in Montpelier on Thursday.
This week U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced the addition of two thousand new agents across the country. More agents could mean shorter lines which in turn means visitors would have more time to spend money in Vermont.
Nearly 100 people are wondering what's next after finding out they will soon be out of a job.
The Vermont Department of Labor will hold a workshop Friday to help people boost their job search skills.
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin will sign a midyear budget adjustment bill Tuesday.
A New Hampshire House committee will hold a hearing Tuesday on a bill that would raise New Hampshire’s minimum wage.
President Barack Obama will head to Michigan Friday where he is expected to sign the Farm Bill.
New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan will be visiting a manufacturer on Friday.
Federal unemployment benefits end Saturday for 1.3 million jobless Americans.
After weeks of falling gas prices, the average U.S. price per gallon has gone up 5.1 cents in the last week, according to GasBuddy.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday the launch of START-UP NY.
In the Woodstock area, the Chamber of Commerce is expecting thousands of visitors during this upcoming holiday weekend.
Mylan Corporation announced the completion of an 85 thousand square foot expansion project at its transdermal patch facility in St. Albans. The company held a ribbon cutting Wednesday to celebrate the newly renovated facility that adds more than 150 jobs to the community.
Vermont lawmakers have a new tool to shape important policy. Last year they asked the Gund Institute at the University of Vermont to look at how to apply its ''Genuine Progress Indicator'' to the Vermont economy - and now they have some results.
It's an ongoing issue: minimum wage doesn't match the cost of living.
A business group wants to see the federal minimum wage raised.
For most of us the rain is just annoying but for business owners it's really washing away customers.
For people shopping in Port Henry, New York, items might become more expensive because of a sales tax increase.
If there's anything Clinton Community College wants its students to leave with it's a job.
With a new Walmart set to open this fall in St. Albans, Vt., the corporate giant is also busy working on their new Internet store.