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.

Dell and Icahn Outline New Takeover Rules

Yahoo! Q1 Revenue Dips, Net Rises


Atlas Pipeline Partners Nabs Eagle Ford Midstream Operator

Contractors Land $468.8 Million in Pentagon Work

Lockheed Developing Green Energy in China

Google Experiencing Service Disruptions

Quest Diagnostics to Acquire Dignity Health's Lab Outreach Services

Lawmaker: EU Must Push for Cyprus' Reunification

Kodak, UniPixel Enter Agreement to Produce Touch Sensors

Boeing Lands $1.6 Billion S. Korean Helicopter Deal

Fed: Strong Housing, Auto Sales Boost U.S. Economy

Crude Oil, Gasoline Inventories Drop; Distillates Rise

More Courtroom Maneuvers in Martha Stewart Case

Sprint to Offer Galaxy S4 on April 27

American Airlines Resumes Most Flights

Fortinet Names New CFO and COO

j2 Global Buys Backup Connect

Gap Taking Old Navy International

European Car Sales Plummet, Even in Solid Germany

Ex-BP Executive Testifies at Gulf Oil Spill Trial

Bill Barrett Corp. Names New CEO

ACLU Says Wireless Carriers Fail to Protect Consumers' Data

Greece: Former Finance Minister Granted Bail

Tutor Perini to Design High-Speed Rail Project in California

Copper Leads Decline on Weak Economic Outlook

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