Friday's Top News Headlines

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In California, Obama and Xi Seek to Build New Ties

Oil Falls Below $95 After U.S. Jobs Report

Westport Innovations Develops, Sells, New Train Tech

Northrop Wins $318 Million Defense Intelligence Agency Order

Unemployment Rate Back Up to 7.6%

SkyWest Boards 7% More Passengers in May

Genworth Financial to Cut 400 Positions

Vaalco Energy Launches $25 Million Stock Buyback Program

3.5 Million Rosetta Stone Shares to Be Sold

EU's Top Economic Official Lashes Out at IMF

Canada Adds a Whopping 95,000 Jobs in May

Greek First Quarter Economic Drop Worse Than Thought

Edison International to Shut Down Calif. Nuclear Plant

AG Mortgage Keeps Dividend Steady at $0.80

Buffett's Charity Lunch Auction Enters Final Hours

AU Optronics Reports 22% Increase in May Revenues

Was IRS Targeting Limited to Cincinnati Office?

Latest Tivo Settlement Brings Total to $1.6 Billion

Canada Downplays Signing EU Trade Deal Ahead of G8

Youku Tudou to Collaborate With SINA on Content Promotion

GEO Group Completes Acquisition of Texas Detention Center

Wal-Mart Plans $15 Billion More in Buybacks

New Mexico Governor Glad Whole Foods Is Reviewing Language Rule

Heinz Acquisition Complete, New CEO in Place

U.S. Rig Count Drops 6 This Week to 1,765

IMF Approves $1.75 Billion Loan for Tunisia

GlaxoSmithKline Diabetes Drug Gets Panel's Support

Commodities Slump After Job Report

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