America's Money: 'Amazing Spider-Man' Swings Into Theaters

Also in today's business news: best & worst tipping states; Ford's CEO steps down this summer.
1:08 | 05/02/14

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America's number one. Good morning -- America's money along the head of this mornings April jobs report. Applications for unemployment benefits rose unexpectedly last week seasonally adjusted it was the highest number since late February. Ford's CEO Alan Mulally stepping down this summer after leading Ford through the recession without -- bailout -- bankruptcy will be succeeded by mark fields. -- and -- -- eighteen months ago as chief operating officer. The state by state breakdown of the nation's best restaurants have -- have been released West Virginians appeared to be the most generous that more than 20%. Folks in Nevada this thin -- fourteen point 6%. And rest of us right in the middle. And the amazing Spider-Man two expected to swing to the top of the box office when it debuts this weekend expected rose 95 million dollars despite mixed reviews. As America's money making a great day. I'm John moment.

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