Friday's Top News Headlines


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AT&T Narrows Loss in Q4; Sales Flat Despite Record Phone Sales

FDA Licenses iRobot to Practice Telemedicine

Starbucks Breaks Revenue, EPS Record in Q1

Microsoft Posts Record Revenue in Q2

Boeing Comments on NTSB Update

Greek Subway Staff End Strike After Police Raid

ECB: Banks to Repay $183 Billion in Loans Early

Cisco to Sell Home-Networking Unit

Select Comfort Posts All-Time High Quarterly, Annual Sales

Oil Drops on U.S. Home Sales Data

Exxon Surpasses Apple as World's Most Valuable Company

Yahoo! Acquires Social News Startup

Samsung Posts Record Profit in Q4 and 2012

New Home Sales Drop 7.3%

Gatorade to Remove Controversial Ingredient

Euro Jumps to 11-Month High Against Dollar

AT&T to Buy Spectrum From Verizon in $1.9 Billion Deal

Economist: Euro Crisis Could Erupt Again This Year

VeriSign Posts Strong Gains in Q4, 2012

FDA Approves New Use for Roche's Avastin

Baxter to Acquire Hemophilia Therapy

Appeals Court Rejects More Than Half of Mattel Fine in Bratz Doll Case

Pfizer Depression Drug Succeeds in Trial

Geithner Sees U.S. Economy Strengthening Gradually

CVR Partners Declares Reduced Q4 Dividend

Fitch Drives Cyprus Deeper Into Junk Status

Volkswagen Goes Local With Mexico Golf Production

Merck Gains FDA Approval for First OTC Patch for Overactive Bladder

Billionaire Investors Square Off on Live TV

Palladium, Platinum Prices Jump on Supply Concerns

FDA Approves Novartis Leukemia Drug to Treat Youth

TRC Makes "Mini Offer" for First Solar Shares

Wabash Buys Beall Assets for $15 Million

British GDP Slips in Q4

Bright Horizons Rises Sharply in IPO

Hasbro Announces Preliminary 2012 Results, Job Cuts

NGL Energy Partners Increases Dividend

Five Below Expands Into Texas

Molycorp Prices Follow-On Offering

Group 1 Automotive to Buy Brazilian Car Dealer

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