Wednesday's Top News Headlines

Wednesday's Top News Headlines

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Chipotle Says Its Beef Standards Remain Unchanged

Facebook Acquires Speech-Recognition and Translation Company

China Jaguar Sales Up 221% For July

Businesses Keep Inventories Tight As Sales Rise 0.2%

Import Prices Up 0.2% for First Time in 4 Months

Eurozone Recession Officially Ends; Countries Vary

Heinz Cutting 600 North American Jobs

SeaWorld First-Half Loss Nearly 10 Times Last Year's Level

Deere Earnings Beat Estimates, but Shares Slide

Shares Crater on Cree Earnings Report

MannKind Leaps Giant Hurdle With Afrezza Study

Micron Cutting 5% of Work Force

Macy's Earnings Grow, Miss Expectations

Microsoft Sets Release Date for Windows 8.1

AeroVironment Wins $13.5 Million Raven UAV Order

Paulson & Co. to Acquire Steinway in $512 Million Deal

2 Ex-JPMorgan Traders Charged in Relation to "London Whale"

Zynga COO, Other Execs to Depart

Pump Prices for Gasoline, Diesel Drop

Crude Oil Inventories Fall 0.8%

Cisco Earnings Underwhelm

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