Friday's Top News Headlines

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Dow Futures Pause After a Crazy Week

Waste Management Maintains Dividend

Tesla Opens Assembly Plant in Netherlands

Barrick Selling 3 Gold Mines for $300 Million to Gold Fields

Wells Fargo Laying Off 2,300 in Mortgage Unit

FINRA Fines Morgan Stanley $1 Million

Feds Investigate Jeep Grand Cherokee Ceiling Fires

Ballmer Says Move Is in "Best Interests of Company I Love"

UPS to End Health Insurance Coverage for Spouses of Some Employees

Elon Musk's "Hyperloop" Has Got People Thinking

Colo. Company Tests Spacecraft With NASA

Toyota Freshens Lexus Image to Woo Young Buyers

Qualcomm Selling Subsidiary for $800 Million

Baidu Buying Stake in Renren's Group-Buying Site

New Home Sales Plummet 13.4% for July

P&G Raised ex-CEO's Pay to $15.9 Million for Last Year

Halliburton to Buy Back 68 Million Shares for $3.3 Billion

GM Gets Back in the Super Bowl Ad Game

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