Friday's Top News Headlines

Friday's Top News Headlines

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Stock Market Today: A New Recipe for Cheerios and a New Cybersecurity Leader

Auto Sales up an Estimated 8% in 2013

Jos. A. Bank Cuts "Poison Pill" Trigger to 10%

Morning Dow Report: Will a Telecom Price War Hurt AT&T and Verizon?

Why Micron Technology, Inc. Slipped This Morning

3D Systems Acquires Gentle Giant Studios in Entertainment, Toy Industry

Ametek Buys Teseq Group for $92 Million

General Motors Company's December Sales Disappoint

Delta Air Lines December Passenger Revenue Jumps 10%, Partly Thanks to Thanksgiving Travel

Idaho to Take Over State Prison From Corrections Corporation of America

Jamba Juice Expanding to the Middle East, Adding New Menu Offerings

Rite Aid Shares Soar on Strong December Same-Store Sales

Crude Oil Inventories Drop 1.9%

George Goodman, aka TV's "Adam Smith," Dies

Weekend Box Office: 'Smaug' Aims to Beat 'Paranormal Activity' & 'Frozen' for 4th Weekend On Top

BlackBerry Sues Startup co-Founded by Ryan Seacrest

Liberty Media Bids for Full Ownership of Sirius XM

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