Thursday's Top News Headlines
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Stock Market Today: Sony's PC Exit and Costco's Hot January
New Gold, Finished the Year Strong
Patent Exclusivity Losses Push AstraZeneca's Q4 Profit Down 28%
Exelon Corporation's Earnings Impacted by Low Energy Prices
Advance Auto Parts Q4 Profit Falls on Acquisitions
Japan Looks at Dozens of New Geothermal Power Plants
Former Chesapeake CEO McClendon Stages Comeback
TASER International, Inc. Reports New Stun Gun Sales
Philip Morris International Q4 Profit Falls 5% as Cigarette Sales Drop
Americans Working More for Better Pay
Teva Pharmaceutical's Profit Jumps 8% on Strong Copaxone Sales
U.S. Trade Deficit Worsens 11.8% for December
Weekly Jobless Claims Drop 5.7%
Why Spirit AeroSystems Holdings, Inc. Slumped
Weak Housing Market Leads to Week of Lower Mortgage Rates
Activision Blizzard, Inc. Shares Jump 10% on Strong Holiday Results
Why USG Corporation's Shares Popped Today
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