Thursday's Top News Headlines

Here are today's top news headlines from Fool.com. Check back throughout the day as this list is updated, and follow us on Twitter at TMFBreaking.

Stock Market Today: Cisco Systems and Wal-Mart Fall on Earnings Concerns

ExOne Reports Earnings and Record Revenue


Machinists Union Rejects Boeing Contract Offer by 2-to-1 Margin

State-by-State Obamacare Enrollment Figures

Lockheed Martin to Lay Off 3.4% of Workers

Boeing: Middle East Aircraft Market to Be $550 Billion Over 20 Years

Airbus Parent EADS Reports Higher Q3 Profit

Pentagon Halts Order for Russian-Made Helicopters

Lower Realized Metal Prices Dig Into Pan American Silver's Profit in Q3

Boeing: No New Plane Orders Placed in Past Week

Under Armour Buying MapMyFitness for $150 Million

First Solar Signs Power Purchase Pacts for California Project

Fairholme Capital Management Offers to Buy Fannie, Freddie Businesses

A Healthier Economy Sparks Rises in Mortgage Rates

Trade Deficit Worsens as Exports Fall, Imports Rise

Initial Jobless Claims Fall 0.6% for 5th Straight Week of Declines

Q3 Productivity Up 1.9% as Labor Costs Drop

Volkswagen Recalls 800,000 Tiguan Vehicles

National Oilwell Varco CEO Stepping Down

Swiss Chocolate Maker Opens Factory in Japan

Smartphone Sales Pick Up Steam in Q3

Heinz Closing 3 Plants, Cutting 1,350 Jobs

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