Wednesday's Top News Headlines

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Google CEO Goes Public on Vocal Cord Issue

Nokia Unveils New Lumia Model

Boeing Resumes 787 Deliveries

ConocoPhillips Declares Dividend

GE Wins Contracts for C-130 Props, U-2 Engines

FLIR Wins $82 Million Pentagon Contract

Textron Lands 2 Foreign Military Sales Contracts Worth $85 Million

Brown Shoe Sells Avia and Nevados for $74 Million

Eurozone Recession Extends Into Sixth Quarter

Big Airlines Narrowed Losses in Q4

3M Maintains Quarterly Dividend at $0.635

Exelis Wins Navy Night Vision Contract

Greece to Break Up State Power Company for Money

Lorillard Maintains $0.55 Dividend

Steady as She Goes for Morningstar Dividend

Pinnacle Foods Starts Paying Quarterly Dividend

Arctic Cat Reinstates Dividend

Gartner: Q1 PC Shipments Fell 20.5% in Western Europe

Oil Back Above $94 a Barrel After Early Loss

Crude Oil Inventories Dip as Inputs Rise

Gold Slumps Below $1,400 as U.S. Dollar Recovers

Obama to Meet With Treasury Officials Over IRS

Cheap Gas Pushes Producer Prices Down 0.7%

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