Motley Fool Staff
February 14, 2013
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Amazon and Ford Present: Wireless Music
Amazon to Stream CBS Classics and Fan Favorites
Attention, East Coast Customers: Get Your Evolution Fresh at Starbucks
Legg Mason Picks New CEO
Coeur d'Alene Bids $383.3 Million for Orko Silver
CSX Declares Quarterly Dividend
BB&T Sells Cline to Rexnord
Wendy's Declares Its First Dividend of 2013
Applied Materials Beats on Q1 Revenue, EPS
Marsh's Mercer Buys Mining Salary Survey From Hall Consulting
General Motors' Chief Accounting Officer Retires
Cisco Beats on Q2 EPS Estimates
Carnival Estimates Financial Impact of Voyage Disruptions
Boeing Inks Enlarged 737 MAX Sale to Icelandair
TAL International Raises Quarterly Dividend
Whole Foods Meets on Q1, but EPS Guidance Falls Short
NVIDIA Posts Record Annual Revenue, Beats on Q4 EPS
NetApp Q3 Net Beats Expectations
NorthStar Realty Finance Increases Dividend
Berkshire Hathaway, 3G Capital to Buy H.J. Heinz in $28 Billion Deal
Judge Approves Transocean's Plea Deal in Oil Spill
Finmeccanica Names Pansa CEO
Democrats to Unveil Bill to Replace Budget Cuts
Lockheed Wins $161.7 Million in Apache Upgrade Work
Defense Contractors Crowing Over Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense Success
Northrop Demos New Hostile Fire Detection System for the F-35
Oil Rises Above $97 Per Barrel
Greek Poverty Deepens as Unemployment Hits Record
ARMOUR Residential REIT to Offer 65 Million Shares
Boeing and Elbit to Cooperate on Military Airplane Defense
Mortgage Rates Unchanged
Jobless Claims Drop 7.3%
Thomson Reuters to Cut 2,500 Jobs
Sherwin-Williams Increases Dividend 28%
FDA: Recall of St. Jude Heart Surgery Device Is Most Serious Type
Tronox CFO Resigns After Year on Job
Report: Fastest LTE Speeds in Sweden; USA No. 8
Cardinal Health to Buy AssuraMed for $2 Billion
Merck to Pay $688 Million to Settle Investor Lawsuits
Obama Trade Agenda Could Be Rough Slog
Airline Merger Could Squeeze Some Hub Airports
Eurozone Recession Deepens as Germany Falters
Metals, Soybeans Fall in Trading
Toyota Reaches $29 Million Settlement With States
Deltic Timber to Take Control of Del-Tin Fiber
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