Wednesday's Top News Headlines


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L-3 Wins Iraqi F-16 Flight Simulator Contract

Amazon Web Services Launches AWS OpsWorks

Yahoo! Japan and Gree Tackle Social Gaming Together

Herbalife Posts Record 2012 Sales and Raises Guidance

New "Die Hard" Wins Weekend Box Office

Gentex Increases Dividend

Micron Confirms Chinese Antitrust Clearance

First Majestic Bows Out of Orko Auction

Amazon Announces Entertainment Collectibles Store

More Positive Data for Gilead's Hep C Treatment

Alibaba Launches New Search Engine

Boeing Technical Workers Approve Strike

Raytheon Selling Thermal Vision Gear to Finland

Regal Entertainment Buying Hollywood Theaters

Dollar Rises Even After Weaker Housing Report

Smucker Cuts Prices on Folgers and Dunkin' Donuts Packaged Coffee

"Spain's Head Is Out of the Water," Rajoy Says

Greece's Weakened Workforce Starts to Crack

Raytheon Ready to Produce New Precision Artillery

Exar to Buy Altior for $5 Million

GOP Isn't Finding White House's "Open Door"

Vodafone UK Secures 4G LTE Spectrum for $1.2 Billion

Veggies Push Producer Prices Higher for January

BP Civil Settlement Remains Elusive as Trial Nears

Apple's iPhone 5 Becomes Top-Selling Smartphone In the World

OfficeMax and Office Depot Finalize Merger Deal

Macy's, Penney to Spar in Court Over Martha Stewart

Shareholders Selling 25 Million Shares of Michael Kors

Fed Minutes Show Concerns About Bond Purchases

Nokia Siemens Networks Replaces CFO

Mechel Sells Romanian Steel Assets

U.S. Housing Starts Dip but Remain at Solid Pace

Broadcom to Unveil Battery-Saving GNSS Chip

Toll Brothers Q1 Misses Estimates

MGM Posts Steep Q4 Loss

Manchester United CEO to Depart

Scana Raises Dividend

Navistar to Upgrade Afghanistan's Armored Trucks

Xerox Raises Common Stock Dividend by 35%

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