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U.S. Treasury yields fell Friday after October nonfarm payrolls data from the Commerce Department showed the U.S. economy added 214,000 jobs in October.
The U.S. dollar surged against the yen, euro and pound Friday after data showed 214,000 new jobs were created in October.
FBI Director James Comey says an agent impersonated an Associated Press reporter during a 2007 criminal investigation, a ruse the news organization says could undermine its credibility.
Buzz Lightyear and Sheriff Woody are coming back to the big screen.
General Mills' stock dropped 4.2% in premarket trade Friday after the company cut its full-year profit and sales outlook, citing weak food-industry trends in the U.S. The food giant, which brands include Cheerios, Haagen-Dazs, Pillsbury and Old El Paso, said it now expects adjusted earnings per share for the fiscal year ending May 2015 to grow at a "low single-digit" percentage rate above fiscal 2014 earnings of $2.82 a share, compared with a previous growth target of a "high single-digit" rate.
The U.S. created 214,000 jobs in October, nudging the unemployment rate down a notch to 5.8%, as many companies added workers to gear up for the holiday season.
Abercrombie & Fitch's stock plunged 14% in premarket trade Friday, after the apparel retailer reported disappointing fiscal third-quarter sales, and provided profit outlook that was well below analyst projections.
Twitter Inc plans to open an office in Hong Kong early next year to serve greater China and tap advertising revenue from Chinese companies, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The Home Depot Inc. said Thursday that hackers stole 53 million email addresses in addition to payment card data.
PepsiCo said President Zein Abdalla will retire from the soda and snacks maker by the end of the year, in the second departure of a senior executive in recent months.
The U.S. economy added fewer jobs than expected in October, while the unemployment rate ticked to its lowest level since July 2008.
Ford Motor Co’s (NYSE:F) regional chief for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) will switch roles with the company’s global head of sales and marketing on Jan. 1, a senior company source said on Friday.
U.S. employers are expected to have hired new workers at a fairly brisk pace in October, underscoring economic resilience in the face of slowing global demand.
U.S. health insurer Humana Inc on Friday reported a lower third-quarter profit that missed Wall Street estimates as it paid for costly hepatitis C treatments and invested in the Obamacare health insurance exchanges and state-based health contracts.
Federal investigators who have been in the Mojave Desert trying to find out why an experimental spaceship crashed are wrapping up their work in Southern California.
The struggling retailer said it was exploring the conversion of 200-300 stores to a real estate investment trust to offer to shareholders through a rights offering to raise cash.
U.S. equity futures rose after the much-anticipated monthly jobs report, which showed fewer-than-expected jobs created, but a lower unemployment rate.
LONDON Former News of the World editor Ian Edmondson has been sentenced to eight months in jail for his role in the phone hacking scandal that eventually led to the shutdown of the paper, according to British media on Friday.
Sears Holdings' stock rallied 5.8% in premarket trade Friday, after the department store chain reported a smaller-than-expected decline in fiscal third-quarter same-store sales.
Ukraine's military said a convoy of 32 tanks and 16 cannons and 30 trucks bearing troops and equipment had entered the country from Russia on Friday, AFP and Reuters reported, citing the Ukraine military.