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.

Transocean Rejects Icahn Proposals and Director Nominees

Lululemon Has a Doozy of a Recall


Anheuser-Busch InBev Pronounces Progress in DOJ Suit

Electronic Arts CEO to Step Down

Senate Panel OKs Nominees to Lead SEC, CFPB

EU Makes Important Step Toward Banking Union

Transocean CEO: Rig Workers Should Have Done More

Ericsson, STMicroelectronics Wind Down Joint Venture

Boeing Avoids SPEEA Strike

Cyprus Seeks to Shield Small Depositors From Raid

Congress Works on Budget for Both 2013 and Future

Cyprus Fears Push Euro Lower Against Dollar

Twinkies Sale Approved by Judge

Lockheed Moves Into Water Desalination Industry

Cypriot Government Seeks Delay in Vote on Bailout Plan

Boeing Gets Order Worth $15.6 Billion From Ryanair

Microsoft Acquires Language Analytics Specialist Netbreeze

Google Expands Chromebook to 6 Additional Countries

Housing Starts up 0.8% for February; Permits up 4.6%

U.S. Gas Prices Dip

Liberty Media Buying 27% Stake in Charter Communications

Cypriot Lawmakers Reject Deposits-Seizure Bill

Citigroup to Pay $730 Million to Settle Bond Lawsuit

Cyprus Simmers, Gold Rush Continues

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