175,000 Jobs Added in January; Flight Delays Cost Billions
All three of the main indices ended the day after their short-lived rebound yesterday. Twitter's (TWTR) shares fell 13% in after hours trading despite beating Wall Street's sales and profit expectations. In January the private sector added 175,000 jobs which fell below expectations by 10,000. CVS Caremark (CVS) announced that they will no longer sell tobacco products in their stores. They made this decision after deciding that tobacco products don't go along with their company's message of health and wellness.
Word on the Street
- U.S. private sector added 175,000 jobs last month.
- CVS Caremark (CVS) will stop selling tobacco products in all stores.
- Google (GOOG) pays chairman $100 million in restricted stock to stick around.
- 1 in 3 are data breach victims.
- Toshiba's Chromebook is now available in the US.
- Detriot's bankruptcy fees have almost reached $14 million.
- J.C. Penny (JCP) slides on good news, bad reviews.
Published on Feb 5, 2014By InvestorGuide Staff