Wednesday's Top News Headlines

Wednesday's Top News Headlines

Here are today's top news headlines from Check back throughout the day as this list is updated, and follow us on Twitter at TMFBreaking.

Ford's Second-Quarter Earnings Beat Estimates

Starbucks Teams Up With Danone

Cal-Maine Settles Egg Antitrust Class Action Claims

Northrop to Run Wyoming's Medicaid, CHIP Programs

VIVUS Names New CEO and Chairman

Former Bristol-Myers Exec Settles Insider-Trading Charges for $324,777

Hercules Offshore: Workers Safe, Rig Damage Unknown

Duke Energy Agrees to Cut Rate Increase by Nearly 50%


HanesBrands to Acquire Maidenform in $575 Million Deal

Bombardier Delays First Flight of CSeries Plane

Transocean Loses Round in Fight Over Deepwater Horizon Documents

Renren Games Inks Analytics Partnership

Lockheed's First Littoral Combat Ship Loses Propulsion at Sea

Alibaba Joining Smart TV Market

Former Entergy Employee Arrested on Charges of Falsifying Documents

Crude Oil Supplies Drop for 4th Straight Week

Nokia Launches Lumia 625

New Home Sales Hit Recovery High

Live Nation Goes Green With New Food Options

Ford, Toyota End Hybrid-Truck Collaboration

Manufacturing Growth Hits 4-Month High

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