Monday's Top News Headlines


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Germany to Help Spain With Credit for Growth, Jobs

Oil Rebounds to Near $93 in European Trade

5 Companies Win $74 Million in Pentagon Contracts on Friday

Raytheon Wins Cyber-War, Missile Contracts Worth at Least $105 Million

Personal Income Flat for April

Sprint-Softbank Merger Gets ISS Blessing

Berkshire Hathaway Set to Close on Heinz This Week

Wal-Mart Focuses on Fresh Produce

Hecla Completes Aurizon Acquisition

The Buckle Keeps Dividend Steady at $0.20

Kodiak Oil & Gas Increasing Williston Basin Resources

American Water Expands in Western Pa. for $1.8 Million

Tyson Acquires Maker of Mexican Food

UK Loans Drop Despite Flagship Credit Program

Actuant to Disconnect Electrical Division

Generac Completes Refinancing; Investors to Get $5-per-Share Dividend

Microsoft to Acquire InRelease Business of InCycle Software

Manufacturing Output Growth Hits 7-Month Low

Manufacturing Shrinks in May

New IRS Head Says Taxpayers No Longer Trust Agency

Construction Spending Slimmed by Public-Sector Cuts

Gold, Silver Recover Losses From Last Week

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