Wednesday's Top News Headlines

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Stock Market Today: Has J.C. Penney Finally Reached the Bottom?

Keep an Eye on Inovio, ImmunoGen, Roche, and Johnson & Johnson Today

Lowe's Earnings Jump 34% on Recovering Home Improvement Market

Consumer Prices Dip 0.1% on Cheaper Gas

U.S. Retail Sales Rise a Solid 0.4% in October

Deere Stock Reaps Gains on Strong Q4 Report

Ariz. Offers Apple $10 Million Grant to Open Plant

J.C. Penney's Loss Nearly Quadruples as Sales Trends Stabilize in Q3

Yahoo! Increases Stock Buyback by $5 Billion

Devon Energy Inks $6 Billion Agreement to Acquire Eagle Ford Assets

Mortgage Applications Fall for 4th Time in 5 Weeks

Existing-Home Sales Slow in October, but Remain Strong Compared to 2012

Johnson & Johnson Gives Vertex Upfront Cash to Stop Paying Royalty on Hepatitis C Drug Incivo

Do New Auto Safety Advertising Guidelines Target Tesla?

Minutes: Fed Could Slow Bond Buying in Coming Months

Philip Morris Plans 2014 Entry Into E-Cigarette Market

Hyundai, Toyota, Honda Show Off Hydrogen-Powered Cars

Green Mountain Perks Up After Earnings Beat

Ally Financial Repays U.S. Treasury $5.9 Billion

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