Thursday's Top News Headlines

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Philip Morris Beats Earnings Estimates but Cuts Guidance

Mortgage Applications Increase for 4th Time in 5 Weeks

Federal Reserve: Economy Grows at "Modest to Moderate Pace"

Philip Morris Beats Earnings Estimates but Cuts Guidance

Harley-Davidson Recalls More Than 29,000 Motorcycles

Trading Revenues Plunge at Goldman Sachs; Earnings Even

SanDisk's Earnings Surpass Expectations

Federal Workers Back to Work After 16-Day Shutdown

Washington Budget Fight Hurts Auto Sales

Lower Medicare Reimbursement Rates Hamper UnitedHealth Group's Q3

Projects Unrelated to Shutdown Get Funding in Bill

30-Year Mortgage Rates Edge Up to 4.28%

Philly Fed: Regional Manufacturing Expectations Hit Recovery High

Enterprise Jumps Into Motorcycle Rentals With Harleys in Vegas

Former Nokia CEO Talks About Mistakes

Initial Jobless Claims Drop 4%; Still Skewed by Shutdown, Computer Issues

EU Court Orders Italy to Recoup $400 Million From Alcoa

Samsung: No European Patent Lawsuits for 5 Years

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