Wednesday's Top News Headlines


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UTC's Pratt & Whitney Wins $300 Million South Korean Contract

Pentagon Orders $229.2 Million Worth of "Wood Products"

General Dynamics Wins $4.6 Billion in Sub Contracts

Procter & Gamble Declares Quarterly Dividend

SunCoke Energy Partners Updates IPO Details

Seagate Lifts Revenue Expectation for Q2

CEO: GM Aims for Investment-Grade Status This Year

Business Leaders Warn UK Leader Against Leaving EU

DISH Network Offers $3.30 per Share for Clearwire

Microsoft: 60 Million Windows 8 Licenses Sold

Obama Expected to Choose Jack Lew for Treasury Post

Governors Warn Congress About Debt Limit

Watchdog Says Tax Law Too Complex for Most Filers

TransCanada Wins $6 Billion Natural Gas Project

LinkedIn Reaches 200 Million Members

China Slashing Prices of Hundreds of Drugs

Oil Slips as U.S. Crude and Gasoline Stockpiles Grow

Google Exec's Delegation Presses for Open Internet in North Korea

J&J Diabetes Drug Faces Questions at FDA Advisory Panel

Report: Apple May Build Less Expensive iPhone

Cell Therapeutics Opens Phase 3 Trial Enrollment for Pacritinib

Activist Investor Daniel Loeb Takes 8% Stake in Herbalife

Boeing Resumes Talks With Union

Nissan Ramps LEAF Assembly in U.S.

DigitalGlobe Purchase of GeoEye OK'd by Department of Justice

Euro Flat Versus Dollar Ahead of ECB Meeting

Gold Falls, Palladium Rises Sharply After 4 Days of Losses

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