Wednesday'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: Lowe's Doubles Down on its Stock and Target Survives the Breach

Today's Top Health Care Stories: Dr. Reddy's Labs, Jazz, and Sanofi


Airbus Posts Higher 2013 Profit on Increased Demand

Estimate of Future Legal Losses at Bank of America Reaches All-Time High

Target Data Breach: $17 Million in Net Expenses in Q4

Japan Charts Path to Return to Nuclear Power

Why Did Warren Buffett Change Berkshire's Bank of America Investment?

Big Changes Ahead for Frequent Fliers on Delta

Hewlett-Packard Company Gets Homeland Security Cybersecurity Contract

Twitter and LinkedIn Rally as Dow Rises

It Could've Been Worse, SodaStream Investors

BioCryst Pharmaceuticals Q4 Loss Shrinks 51% on Higher Collaborative Revenue

U.S. Safety Agency Likely Probing GM Recall Response

U.S. Bank Earnings Rise 17% as Loan Losses Fall

Boeing Wins $2.4 Billion Navy Contract and Tesla Motors Wins Yet Another Award

Why Shares of DreamWorks Animation Skg Inc Dropped

TiVo Inc. Swings to a Profit in Q4

Noodles & Company Gets Burned After Reporting Weak Fourth-Quarter Results

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