A metro Detroit homebuilder is one of several companies being investigated by the U.S. Labor Department.
General Motors is confirming that its 45,000 manufacturing employees will get profit sharing payouts of “upwards of $4000 per employee.”
A study by the Economic Policy Institute comes to the opposite conclusion, that public workers, including teachers, are generally paid less than their private sector counterparts.
The state faces a shortfall of up to $1.8 billion in the budget that starts Oct. 1, and Governor Snyder has made it clear state workers will share in the sacrifices needed to balance the books.
The Board of Regents approved a two year contract extension for Sue Martin that calls for her salary to jump to $300,889 next July and $309,915 in 2012.
A Detroit school principal has been suspended over allegations that she paid teachers for hundreds of hours of after-school tutoring that they never conducted.
After a five-year wage freeze, Ford Motor Co. Executive Chairman Bill Ford Jr. is getting paid again. It’s another sign that the automaker founded by his great-grandfather Henry Ford is healthy enough to award its […]
Goldman Sachs & Co. has agreed to pay $550 million to settle civil fraud charges that the Wall Street giant misled buyers of mortgage-related investments.