Wall Street ratcheting down jobs expectations: JPMorgan economist
NEW YORK - Wall Street has lowered expectations for the pace of employment growth following higher than forecast jobless claims last week, but the latest jobs data due Friday won't tell investors much about the economy's momentum, JPMorgan Chase senior economist James Glassman said on Thursday.
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Video: iPhone 5 sequel may be released in the summer
Private sector job hiring failed to meet expectations in March, federal officials have ordered Exxon Mobil not to restart a ruptured Arkansas pipeline, and Apple may release their next iPhone by the summer. Ashley Morrison reports.
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Private sector hiring pace slows, survey says
Private employers added 158,000 jobs in March, the smallest gain in five months and falling short of economists' expectations, a report by a payrolls processor showed on Wednesday. Economists surveyed by Reuters had forecast the ADP National Employment Report would show a gain of 200,000 jobs. The report came in below the lowest estimates in a poll by Reuters and was the smallest gain since Octobe...
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With the Galaxy S IV, Samsung proves it's not all about the iPhone
It's not just wishful thinking that Samsung's new Galaxy S IV smartphone will go toe to toe with the iPhone. It's an expectation.
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NewsWatch: Private-sector jobs growth beats expectations
Private-sector employment growth beats expectations in February, but slowed down from the prior month, Automatic Data Processing Inc. reports Wednesday.