NEW YORK (CNN) -- CNN Money's Maribel Aber has your top business and financial news on this Thursday, June 20.
Tyson Foods plans $11M expansion in Sherman, Texas
This week comes words of an $11 million expansion of a beef, chicken and pork plant in Sherman, Texas. The plant is the largest employer in Sherman, and after adding about 75 jobs through the expansion, will have 1,200 workers there.
Men are disappearing from the workforce
In the 1950s, nearly every man in his prime working years was in the labor force, a category that includes both those who are employed and those actively applying for jobs. The "participation rate" for men ages 25 to 54 stood at 97.7% in early 1956, but drifted downward to a post-war record low of 88.4% at the end of 2012.
Business majors most likely to be underemployed, report finds
While underemployment is an issue facing many graduates, those who major in business administration and management, criminal justice, drama, English and psychology, are more likely to work in jobs they are overqualified for, according to a report released Tuesday by career web site PayScale.
The $380 million royal baby bump
The future heir to the British throne is still weeks away, but the U.K. economy is already bracing for a royal baby bump. When Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge welcome their baby in July, sales of Union Jack pacifiers, "I heart my Uncle Harry" bibs and, of course, celebratory bubbly could pump an estimated 240 million pounds, or $380 million, into the economy, according to the Centre for Retail Research.