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1Good U.S. payrolls gains seen, but swelling labor force to cap wage growth

U.S. employment likely rose again in April, but a rush of job seekers into the labor market should keep wage gains moderate and buy a cautious Federal Reserve more time before raising interest rates again. Nonfarm payrolls probably increased by 202,000 last month in U.S. Labor Department data due for publication on Friday, after growing by 215,000 in March, according to a Reuters survey of economists. The unemployment rate is forecast to have held at 5.0 percent as improving labor market conditions lured some previously discouraged job seekers back into the workforce.

2Facebook loses first round in suit over storing biometric data

A picture illustration shows a Facebook logo reflected in a person's eye, in Zenica(Reuters) - Facebook Inc lost the first round in a court fight against some of its users who sued the social networking company, alleging it "unlawfully" collected and stored users' biometric data derived from their faces in photographs. Facebook filed the motion arguing that the users could not file a complaint under Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) as they had agreed in their user agreement that California law would govern their disputes with the company, and that BIPA does not apply to "tag suggestions." The court found that Illinois law applies and that the plaintiffs have stated a claim under BIPA. The complainants had alleged that Facebook's face recognition feature that suggests "tags" on photos unlawfully collected and stored biometric data, in violation of the Illinois BIPA.

3Undeterred by rescues, novelist ready to set sail again

FILE - In this June 13, 2015 file photo, Michael Hurley, a South Carolina author who lost his storm-battered sailboat on a failed Atlantic crossing, poses for a photo on the stern of the Maine Maritime Academy training vessel in Portland, Maine. The novelist who was twice rescued from storm-battered sailboats is embarking on a new adventure. Hurley departed Thursday, May 5, 2016, from France with the goal of sailing around the world. (AP Photo/David Sharp, File)A novelist who was rescued twice from storm-battered sailboats is embarking on a new adventure.

4Big art auctions open in NYC next week

NEW YORK (AP) ? A sculpture of a kneeling Hitler and two rare Fauve period paintings are among the offerings at the impressionist, modern and contemporary evening art auctions in New York next week.

5Rolling Stones get no satisfaction from Trump on song ban

Donald Trump has frequently used hits by The Rolling Stone's at campaign events, but the band have joined a growing number of musicians who have expressed anger at his use of their musicIt seems Donald Trump believes you can always get what you want. The US Republican presumptive presidential nominee appears to have dismissed a demand by the The Rolling Stones that he stop using the band's songs during his campaign events. "You know, we use so many songs," Trump told CNBC.


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