Wednesday's Top News Headlines

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Merck Enters Share Repurchase Agreement With Goldman Sachs

Kraft Declares Quarterly Dividend

Lorillard Expands Share Buyback Scheme

Philip Morris International to Buy Out Mexican Partner

EU Leaders Discuss Fight Against Tax Evasion

Bernanke Signals Fed to Maintain Stimulus Efforts

Official: Treasury Played No Role in IRS Targeting

Lockheed Wins $52.9 Million Robot Sub Contract

Mondelez Keeps Quarterly Dividend at $0.13

Apache Keeps Dividend Steady

Xerox Copies Dividend for Second Quarter

W.R. Berkley Raises Dividend 11%

NetApp Initiates Dividend, Increases Stock Buyback, Cuts Jobs

IMF Calls on Britain to Do More for Growth

Flowers Foods Increases Dividend Rate, Splits Stock

Pandora Expands Facebook Sharing

Amid Signs of Turmoil, South Sudan Says Oil Will Flow

Crude Oil Supplies Fall, Gasoline Demand Remains Weak

Obama Threatens Veto of House Student Loan Plan

Home Sales Up, Inventory Still Limited

Gold Slips on Speculation Fed Will Cut Stimulus

A Divided Fed Wrestles With When to Slow Bond Buys

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