Friday's Top News Headlines

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Energy Department Posts Commodity Price Information

Nuance Misses on Q1 Net

Labor Productivity Dropped 2% in Q4

LinkedIn Q4 Results Beat Estimates

Lockheed Adds $30 Million to $1.3 Billion Aegis Contract

Number of Mobile Phones Made in China Increases 4.3%

Zions Bancorp Declares Quarterly Dividend of $0.01

Tax-Filing Changes Prompt Intuit to Trim Q2 Guidance

EU Leaders Agree to $1.3 Trillion Budget

Riverbed Technology Beats on Q4 Revenue

Oil Up on China, U.S. Trade Data; Pump Prices Rise

Ross Stores Lifts Dividend, Authorizes $1.1 Billion Buyback

U.S. Wholesale Stockpiles Dip 0.1% in December

Airlines to Halt Northeast Flights

Wozniak: Apple Somewhat Behind in Smartphone Features

HP Sets Labor Guidelines for Chinese Suppliers

9 Things Apple Could Do With $137 Billion

Oceaneering Signs $45 Million Contract With BP

RadioShack Names Walgreen's Joseph C. Magnacca as CEO

U.S. Rig Count Decreases by 5 This Week

Euro Falls Against Dollar After Draghi Comments

Reports: BlackBerry Not Selling BlackBerry 10 Devices in Japan

Manufacturer: Device Setting Caused Super Bowl Outage

White House Outlines Deep Cuts It May Have to Make

Starbucks and Tata Coffee Open Indian Coffee Plant

Venezuela Announces Currency Devaluation



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