Thursday'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.

PotashCorp Raises Dividend by 25%

iRobot Sells Warbots to Brazil


Future Home Sales Expectations at 5-Year High

Industrial Production Falls 0.5% for April

Google Makes 5 Product Announcements at I/O Conference

House to Take Up Student Loan Fix

Greek Strikes Halt Air Travel

Ratings Firm Warns of Economic Slowdown in Russia

Tesla to Raise Up to $830 Million in Stock and Bond Offerings

Initial Jobless Claims Up 9.8% After Hitting Recovery Low

Housing Starts Slide 16.5% for April

Cheaper Gasoline Pushes Consumer Prices Down Again

DDR Buying Blackstone's Stake in 30 Shopping Centers

Apple Hits 50 Billion Apps Downloaded

Cyprus May Presell Gas Reserves to Ease Crisis

Fitch: DISH Debt Offering Rated BB-, Outlook "Negative"

Merkel, Hollande at Odds Over Europe's Way Forward

Mortgage Rates Continue Their March Higher

Northrop Grumman Increases Dividend 11%

Southwest Airlines Quadruples Quarterly Dividend to $0.04

RenaissanceRe Names New CEO

Gold Futures Fall for a Sixth Straight Day

Senate Panel Considers Labor Board Nominees

Oil Reverses Early Losses, Tops $95 a Barrel


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