Wednesday's Top News Headlines
Here are today's top news headlines from Fool.com. Check back throughout the day as this list is updated, and follow us on Twitter at TMFBreaking.
Hewlett-Packard Wins $680 Million Navy-Marines IT Contract
Bally Tech to Offer Payment Options for Online Gambling
BlackBerry Launches Secure Work Space for Android and iOS
Sprint Shareholders Vote to Merge With SoftBank
Utilities Respond to Obama's Climate Change Plan
$1.5 Billion in DoD Contracts Includes Flu Vaccines and New Shirts
SK Telecom Launches World's First 4G LTE-Advanced Network
Carnival Replaces CEO as Bookings Decline
Nordstrom Names Intuit CEO to Its Board
Vonage Says Newly Patented Invention Will Improve Voice Quality in IP-Based Telephony Systems
Telefónica to Push Windows Phone in 6 Markets
UPS Workers OK Master Contract, Reject Freight Employees' Deal
The Hartford Raises Dividend 50%, Increases Buyback Plan
Starbucks Expanding in Malaysia
Lorillard Gets FDA Approval for New Cigarettes
Q1 GDP Growth Revised Down to 1.8%
Crude Oil Supplies Steady, Gasoline Demand Down
3D Systems Teams Up With Would-Be Asteroid Miner
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