Wednesday's Top News Headlines
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Wal-Mart Announces Up to $12.8 Billion in Capital Expenditures as It Reduces International Guidance
Yahoo! Income and Revenue Fall in Q3
Intel Reports Earnings of $3.0 Billion
A Barbie Rebound Helps Mattel Report 16% Higher Earnings
Strong Snack Sales Boost Pepsi's Q3 Earnings
Bank of America Earnings Jump to $2.5 Billion
Buffett: U.S. Default Would Be Idiocy
CSX Optimistic About Improving Despite Headwinds
Government Will Write Note to Furloughed Workers' Creditors
Why Advance Auto Shares Advanced
Toyota Exec Talks About Competition, Gas Prices, Young Drivers
Berkshire Hathaway Subsidiary to Buy U.K. Beverage Business for $1.1 Billion
Homebuilder Confidence Dips on Shutdown, Mortgage Rates
U.S. Bancorp Earnings Show Solid Performance
GM Raises Silverado Price. Will Bigger Incentives Follow?
Fed's Beige Book Indicates Shutdown Led to Uncertainty
Earnings Up at PNC After a Challenging Quarter
Why Stanley Black & Decker's Shares Dropped
Jury: Mark Cuban Did Not Commit Insider Trading
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