Friday's Top News Headlines
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Stock Market Today: voxeljet and ExxonMobil Lead Futures Higher
Pentagon Awards $196.3 Million in Defense Contracts Thursday
Google, KKR Invest in Solar Power
Kimberly-Clark Mulls Spinning Off Health-Care Business
McDonald's to Test Third Drive-Thru Window to Increase Speed
Japan Cuts Climate Change Emissions Target
Jos. A. Bank's Offer for Men's Wearhouse Is Officially Off the Counter
Ford's F-150 EcoBoost Engine Proves Popular
New American Airlines Will Be Listed on Nasdaq
Retailers Head to Silicon Valley to Serve Customers Online
Cheap Fuel Helps Push Import Prices Down 0.7% for October
Blyth Rejects CVSL's $16.75-per-Share Offer
Bill Ackman Takes Almost-10% Stakes in Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac
CME Group Says It Was Hacked in July
Court to Decide if Halliburton Can Try to Block Shareholder Lawsuit
EPA Proposes Reducing Biofuel Mandate
New York Manufacturing Takes a Turn for the Worse
Wholesale Sales Up on Autos, Inventories Match Expectations
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