Friday's Top News Headlines

Here are today's top news headlines from Fool.com. Check back throughout the day as this list is updated, and follow us on Twitter at TMFBreaking.

Ctrip.com Replaces CEO

Chesapeake Q4 Revenue Rises, Net Falls

AuRico Gold Initiates Dividend Policy

HP Q1 Revenues and Net Fall, but Beat Estimates

AIG Posts Q4 Loss Due to Sale of Aircraft Leasing Unit

Wynn Resorts Board Member Moves On

Coke Raises Dividend by 10%, Promotes Top Executives

Intuit Q2 Drops on IRS Delay; Guidance Raised

Oil Levels Off After 2 Days of Steep Losses

Lockheed Tests DAGR Missile on Its Prototype JLTV

Qualcomm Settles Lawsuit Over Disclosure of Political Spending

Heinz Q3 Profit Slips

White House Catalogs Spending-Cut Woes

Boeing Proposing Long-Term Fix for 787 Batteries

Pan American Silver Increases Dividend by 150%

Darden Restaurants Heads South of the Border

GOP Bills Aimed to Offset Spending Cuts

"Unlock Our Cell Phones," Demand White House Petitioners

Government Downsizes Amid GOP Demands for More Cuts

Obama Urges Congress to Do "Right Thing" on Cuts

Alcatel-Lucent Names New CEO

U.S. Rig Count Drops 1 This Week to Settle at 1,761

Yingli Green Energy Sees Photovoltaic Shipments Going Higher

MSC Industrial Direct to Acquire Barnes' Distribution Business

Gold Prices Slide for Third Straight Week

SBA Head: Agency Will Avoid Major Blow From Cuts


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