Wednesday's Top News Headlines


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Cyprus Works on Plan B to Stave Off Bankruptcy

True Religion CEO and Founder Steps Down

Microsoft Launches Online Store in China

Silver Wheaton Reserves Hit Record in 2012

Oil Prices Rise as Market Awaits Fed Statement

Skullcandy Names New CEO

Mosaic Enters Phosphate Joint Venture in Saudi Arabia

Pentagon Issues $82.2 Million Worth of Contracts

General Dynamics Wins $43.7 Million in Navy Contracts

Higher Home Sales Push Lennar Profits Higher

Elbit Wins $80 Million Armored Fighting Vehicle Contract

Ecopetrol Announces Colombian Crude Oil Discovery

Petition of Insolvency Filed Against Suntech Subsidiary

Yahoo! Acquires Personalized Recommendation Startup Jybe

Dollar Falls as Federal Reserve Meets

Valeant Buying Obagi for $344 Million

Senate Set to Approve Huge 2013 Spending Bill

Cyprus Banks to Remain Closed Another 2 Days

Walgreen Expands AmerisourceBergen Strategic Partnership

Jump in Global Airline Profits Expected

Fed Continues QE, Keeps Interest Rate Low

Plaintiffs Rest in Trial Over 2010 Gulf Oil Spill

Copper Rises as Buyers Emerge at Seven-Month Low

Honeywell Materials Have Cleaned 100 Million Gallons of Contaminated Water at Fukushima

Cypriot Officials: Plan B Drawn Up to Get Bailout

Western Alliance COO Resigns

GM Recalls 26,000 Late-Model Buick LaCrosses and Cadillac SRXes

Crude Oil Inventories Fall 0.3%

Google Opening New Fiber Service Market

Gearbox Glitch Forces 384,000-Volkswagen Recall in China

Fed Estimates GDP Growth 2.3%-2.8% for 2013

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