Tuesday'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.

General Electric Wins $500 Million Dubai Deal

Former SEC Chairman Schapiro Nominated for GE Board


New York Supreme Court Reverses Soda Ban

Abbott Labs Announces Positive Results From MR Study

Boston Scientific Succeeds in Stent Trial

Alibaba Names New CEO

Beechcraft to Protest Sierra Nevada/Embraer Contract Win

Pentagon Awards More Than $102 Million in Contracts

Teledyne Wins $8.5 Million Expansion of SEAL Minisub Contract

Dollar Mixed on Weak British Economic Data

Pentagon Awards Bell/Boeing $73 Million for V-22 Osprey Work

White House on GOP Budget: Math Doesn't Add Up

Google Launches Hindi Input App

Greek Bailout Program Review Hits Snag

Hostess: No Other Bids to Buy Twinkies

Pentagon Awards Northrop $71.6 Million UAV Contract

Oil Rises for Fourth Day, Tops $93 a Barrel

White Promises "Unrelenting" Enforcement at SEC

Yandex Authorizes Buying Back 12 Million Shares

Putin Nominates Ally to Run Russian Central Bank

Obama Likely to Release Budget in Early April

MetroPCS Sends Letter Urging Shareholders to Approve T-Mobile Merger

GOP Budget Takes Aim Again at Obamacare, Medicaid

Sanmina Announces $100 Million Buyback Program

Scientific Games/WMS Merger Gets Antitrust Clearance

Cliffs Natural Resources to Idle Quebec Iron Pellet Plant

FCC Approves MetroPCS and T-Mobile Merger

Google Agrees to Pay $7 Million to Settle Street View Wi-Fi Case

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