Friday'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.

Coach Lifts Its Dividend

Atlantic Power Keeps Monthly May Dividend Steady


Sempra Energy Adds Japanese and French Partners to $10 Billion LNG Plant

Northrop Grumman Expands Stock Buybacks

Starbucks Appoints Chiquita Exec As Supply Chain Executive VP

Dell Launches 3 PCs to Win Enterprise Customers

Amazon Adds NBCUniversal Content to Prime Streaming

Google to Help Developers Add Gaming, Location and More to Android Apps

Obama Focusing on Job Creation in Baltimore Visit

Yahoo! Newsfeeds to Include Tweets

Lenovo Launching New Ultrabook In June

Pentagon Spends $100 Million on Helo, Osprey Parts, Among Other Things

House Chairman Sees IRS Errors as Part of Pattern

Cimarex Keeps Dividend Steady at $0.14

JBT Raises Dividend 29%

Greece Faces Slow, Jobless Recovery Next Year

Report: European Car Sales Rise in April

U.S. Rig Count Is Unchanged at 1,769

Lew Tells Congress of Steps to Avoid Debt Default

A Year After IPO, Facebook Aims to Be Ad Colossus

Gold Prices Sink for 7th Day

Mexico Cuts Growth Outlook From 3.5% to 3.1%

Transocean Shareholders Oust Chairman, Back Icahn Nominee

GM Stock Rises Above $33 for First Time in 2 Years


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