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The economy added more jobs than expected in October the closely watched report from the Labor Department.
Nonfarm positions were added to payrolls that's 46000 more than economists had predicted.
And more people were higher than originally reported in the prior two months the report also showed average hourly earnings actually fell by a penny.
Economists had predicted a small increase the unemployment rate ticked up to seven point 9% as more people said they were looking for work.
That creates a larger labor -- Apple's iPad mini tablet hits store shelves today analysts -- the new version will sell as many as one and a half million units this weekend alone.
The device starts at 320 -- box.
The fourth generation larger right pat is also making its debut.
Shares of Starbucks surging the coffee giant boosted its full year profit outlook and increased its dividend to shareholders.
Starbucks reported revenue last quarter nearly doubled estimates and profit also exceeded expectations.
Consumers have been loading up on supplies and hardware stores along the eastern seaboard thanks to hurricane sandy.
Now the upscale retailer Restoration Hardware -- hoping investors will stock up on shares in the company's initial public offering.
It raised 124 million bucks in the IPO and we'll trade on the New York Stock Exchange.
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In New York I'm Robert Gray Fox Business.
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