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 .

Lululemon CEO Looking for an Exit

Remy Buying Out Chinese JV Partner

Boeing Added Seven 737s to Its Order Book in May

FDA Approves Sanofi Multi-Flu Vaccine

ONEOK to Get Rid of Energy Services Division

Goldcorp Maintains Monthly Dividend at $0.05

United Posts Declines in May Metrics

Travelers to Acquire Canada Assets for $1.1 Billion

SAIC Keeps Quarterly Dividend at $0.12

Kinross to Halt Ecuador Project

SoftBank Raises Offer for Sprint

Dole CEO Bids to Take Company Private

German Court Weighs Legality of ECB Crisis Measure

It's Official: Google Acquires Waze

Sony Prices PlayStation 4 Game Console at $399

France Threatens Veto of EU-U.S. Trade Deal

Electronic Arts Announces "Madden NFL 25" for Next-Generation Consoles

Timken Explores Steel Business Divestiture

Wholesale Sales Up 0.5% for April

Boehner Doesn't Buy White House Timetable on IRS

OfficeMax and Office Depot Hire Consultant for CEO Search

Oil Joins in Stock, Commodities Sell-Off

Boeing: Single-Aisle Aircraft Will Be Most in Demand

FINRA Urges Awareness of Alternative Funds

Metals, Energy Futures Fall; Crop Prices Rise

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