Wednesday's Top News Headlines

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Here are today's top news headlines from Fool.com. Check back throughout the day as this list is updated, and follow us on Twitter at TMFBreaking.

Zynga Q4 Revenues and Net Beat Estimates

Cummins Westport Lands 900-Bus Order


3M Raises Dividend, Announces Stock Repurchase

Aeropostale President to Retire

Chipotle Beats Revenue Expectations but Misses Q4 and 2012 Earnings

Zillow Launches Home-Improvement Marketplace

Booz Allen Wins $101.8 Million in DOT Contracts

MasterCard Doubles Dividend, Announces Buyback

Liberty Global's Buyout of Virgin Media Confirmed

Keyboard Blackberry's Arrival in U.S. Could Take Months

U.S. Crude Oil Supplies Grew by 2.6 Million Barrels Last Week

SABMiller to Acquire China's Kingway Brewery

EU Summit to Debate Austerity Budget, Tough Cuts

Silver Wheaton Buying Gold Streams From Vale

Oil Recoups Early Losses; Pump Price Up to $3.55

Timothy Geithner Planning a Book

Biogen Idec Paying $3.25 Billion for Full Rights to Tysabri

Apple Announces 25 Billion Songs Sold Through iTunes

Plum Creek Timber COO Named President

Ireland Readies Deal to Ease Costs of Bank Bailout

GOP Lawmakers Offer Alternative to Automatic Cuts

Cash Continues to Surge Into Stock Mutual Funds

Political Uncertainty in Europe Pushes Euro Lower


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