The unemployment rate fell only because more people stopped looking for work, and government cuts will likely hurt more companies with federal contracts in the coming months.
Shares rise 16 percent as the change is viewed as a vote of confidence in brick-and-mortar stores.
Facebook's new Home software will deliver photos and messages to some Android screens.
Online services for Wells Fargo Bank and BB&T are disrupted again as hackers flood the sites with traffic.
Some vital signs have recovered from the recession, others not so much.
The devalued yen will make Japanese goods less costly in the United States.