(Bloomberg) -- Within hours of news emerging that a pilot apparently chose to kill himself and 149 others by crashing a Germanwings plane into a mountain, other carriers began adopting rules requiring at least two people in the cockpit.
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The dollar rose against the euro and the British pound on Thursday, as better-than-expected employment data and remarks from regional Federal Reserve presidents alluding to the need for higher interest rates lifted the U.S.
Fewer people applied for first-time unemployment insurance last week, indicating a more stable market for jobs despite fears that a late February claims surge was a sign of weakening conditions.
Pedestrians walk past a Lululemon Athletica store in New York. Photograph by Lucas Jackson - Reuters. The man-friendly pants are driving sales.