Thursday's Top News Headlines

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Booz Allen Hamilton Wins $475 Million SOCOM Contract

Pentagon Awards $500 Million for Corps of Engineers Dredging Work

F5 Networks Misses on Q1 Expectations but Beats on Guidance

Rolls-Royce Awarded $97.3 Million in C-130J Work

B of A Names New Directors

Novartis Reports Q4, 2012 Results, FDA Approval for Exjade

Whirlpool Wins Anti-Dumping Case

Dollar General Plans 635 New Stores in 2013

US Airways Posts Record Annual Profit

Siemens' Q1 Earnings Fall

Stryker's Q4, 2012 Earnings Slide

Oil Gets Boost From China, U.S. Economic Reports

Cameron: I Don't Want a Country Called Europe

AP Source: Obama Picks Mary Jo White to Lead SEC

iSoftStone, Huawei Launch Joint Venture

U.K. Judge Rejects Barclays' LIBOR Anonymity Bid

Kinder Morgan Expanding Edmonton Terminal Capacity

Why Geithner's Treasury Leadership Proved Divisive

McDonald's Beats Net Estimates for Q4

Jobless Claims Fall to New 5-Year Low

Study Boosts Prospects for Pfizer's Chantix

Booz Allen Hamilton Wins $95.2 Million in Navy Contracts

Dollar Mixed After Drop in Unemployment Claims

Obama Names Top White-Collar Crime Prosecutor to SEC Post

Diebold Announces Results, Makes Leadership Change

Mortgage Rates Move Up

Conference Board Index Up 0.5%


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