Jobless claims in U.S. drop to lowest level since 2007 (Bloomberg) The lowest number of Americans since before the Great Recession filed for unemployment benefits during the week ended April 5. The figure — 300,000, down 32,000 from the prior week, according to the U.S. Labor Department — was the lowest since May 2007, boding well for the economy as dismissals slow and hiring picks up. —Robin Lee Allen New York City could be getting restaurant Inspector Gadgets ...

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