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Auto makers cruised through another month of gains in U.S. sales in March as favorable weather and a pair of extra selling days helped drive the industry toward its highest expected monthly volume in a decade.
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Like DVD movie rentals, buying video games at a retail store is a dying business.
Short-dated U.S. Treasury yields spiked after a better-than-expected jobs report, though long-dated bond yields were climbing down to the levels ahead of the release.
The dollar strengthened against most of its developed and emerging-market rivals Friday after data from the Labor Department showed U.S. jobs growth in March was strong than economists had expected.
Wall Street was set to open lower on Friday after a non-farm payrolls report showed employers added more jobs than expected in March, a sign of economic resilience that could allow the Federal Reserve to gradually raise interest rates this year.
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The U.S. created 215,000 new jobs in March, showing an economy that's still expanding at a moderate pace despite some rocky moments earlier in the year.
Online and mobile food ordering company Grubhub Inc. on Friday said it is launching into to the ride-sharing business with a new product extension called Gruber.
BlackBerry posted a quarterly net loss on Friday, mainly from restructuring and acquisition-related costs.
The Labor Department reports the U.S. economy added 215,000 jobs in March, above expectations for 205,000 jobs. The unemployment rate rose to 5.0%. It was expected to remain at 4.9%. Meanwhile, the labor force participation rate rose to 63.0% from 62.9%.
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