Technology giant Apple is tracking customers as they wander through U.S. Apple stores, the company has confirmed.
The national unemployment rate fell to a five-year low of 7 percent in November and payrolls grew by 203,000.
Americans boosted their borrowing in October, led by another big increase in auto and student loans and the biggest rise in credit card debt in five months.
U.S. authorities are considering deferred prosecution as a response to JPMorgan Chase's dealings with Bernard Madoff, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The job market is showing signs of the consistent gains the nation has awaited since the Great Recession, with November's 203,000 jobs topping off four straight months of robust hiring.
The monthly survey of the U.S. job market is always important on Wall Street, but even more so now as investors try to figure out when the Fed will decide the economy strong enough to thrive without its extraordinary stimulus measures.
the Entravision network of Hispanic media announced a pair of dividends Thursday.
Good news was finally good news on Wall Street on Friday as encouraging jobs reports snapped a fave-day losing streak.
Sears Holding Corp. said Friday that it intends to spin off its Lands' End clothing and home furnishing retail chain.
The unemployment rate for U.S. Hispanics dipped in November to 8.6 percent, down from 8.8 percent in October, according to data released Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
American Eagle Outfitters said Friday that its third-quarter net income tumbled 68 percent, matching Wall Street predictions, but issued a lower-than-expected profit prediction for the fourth quarter.
U.S. consumer spending rose 0.3 percent in October, despite a 0.1 percent drop in personal income, the Commerce Department said Friday.
Eligio Cedeņo, Venezuelan ex-patriot and longtime foe of Hugo Chavez, has made a major investment in U.S. Hispanic media.
The European Central Bank left its key interest rate unchanged on Thursday despite the slowing economic recovery in the eurozone.
Stock futures wavered Thursday after the U.S. reported data on jobs and economic growth that were much better than most economists had been projecting.