Stocks fall: More worries about Greece and only a so-so jobs report. Dow is down 160 points.
Sluggish employment growth: See post below. I'll have more later.
Groupon opens sharply higher In its first few minutes as a public company, shares were trading at nearly $30, up from the $20 IPO price. There's lots of skepticism, however. (WSJ)
McCourt leaving town?: Divorce settlement has Jamie keeping four homes - two in Malibu, one in Holmby Hills, and one in Vail, Colo. - while Frank keeps two homes in Massachusetts. (LAT)
Jan Perry resigns from leadership post: She's not happy about behind-the-scenes maneuvering over redistricting and who will take over the council presidency once Eric Garcetti steps down. (LAT)
No more Sunset 5: Laemmle Theatres couldn't come to terms on a lease renewal, but Robert Redford's Sundance Cinemas will take over the five-screen complex in West Hollywood. The place will close for renovations in December and reopen next spring. (LAT)
Steve Job bio huge hit: What a surprise, right? The authorized biography of the late Apple CEO has sold 383,000 copies since its release on Oct. 24. (NY Post)
Gas prices stay steady: An average gallon in the L.A. area is $3.869, about what it was last week, according to the Auto Club.
Expect less Thanksgiving travel: High-priced tickets and a sluggish economy may mean 37,000 fewer passengers a day, a decline of about 2 percent from last year. (Bloomberg)
"Funny Girl" put on hold: A weak economy has made it difficult to raise money for the revival, which was set to open in early 2012 at the Ahmanson Theatre before moving to Broadway. (LAT)