Thursday's Top News Headlines


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Capital One Sells Best Buy Credit Card Biz to Citi

Lockheed Wins Contracts Worth More Than $230 Million

KPMG Buys Hackett Group's Oracle ERP Practice

Jobless Claims Jump 5.8%

Dollar Holds On to Gains After Fed Report

U.S. Crude Oil Supplies Grew by 4.1 Million Barrels

Dropping Energy Costs Keep Consumer Price Index Steady

Leading Indicators: Slow and Steady for January

Oil Prices Down Sharply for a Second Day

Increase in Home Prices Hits 7-Year High

Zillow Optimizes Rental App for iPad

Mortgage Rates Drift Higher

Obama, GOP Battles Don't Affect Fed Job

Gilead, Teva Agree to End Patent Feud

German Chancellor Champions Trans-Atlantic Trade

Pan American Silver Boosts Silver Reserves 35%

IBM Launches New Mobile Portfolio

Wal-Mart Keeps Dividend-Raising Streak Going

Rebel Apple Investor Tries to Rally Street

Google Announces Touchscreen Chromebook Pixel

United Airlines Drops 787 Through June 5

Meat Prices Fall, Grain Futures Mixed

Criminal Charges Dismissed Against Chevron, Transocean in Brazil

Gold Holds Steady, Other Metals Lower

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