Thursday'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.

Huntington Ingalls Beats on Earnings and Revenues

SodaStream Partners With Ocean Spray

General Dynamics Wins $224 Million Rocket Contract

J.C. Penney's Q4 Net Loss Deepens Considerably

Groupon Q4 Loss Deepens

Hercules Offshore to Acquire Liftboat Titan 2 for $42 Million

Tessera Tech and AMD Settle Patent Litigation

Baidu Helps Foreign Developers Build Apps for China Market

Google Opens "Books" to India

Nordstrom Increases Buyback Program, Ups Dividend

Apple Announces 1 Billion iTunes U Content Downloads

Mortage Rates Drop; 5-Year ARMs at Multiyear Lows

Jobless Claims Fall 6%

Ex-Massey Energy Executive Implicates Ex-CEO

American, Eagle Adding New Routes This Summer

JNJ Ordered to Pay $7.76 Million in Punitive Damages

Oil Little Changed; Pump Prices Down a Tad

Update: Q4 GDP Up 0.1%

Microsoft Offers Surface in More Countries

CFO: Google Will Cling to Cash for Acquisitions

Buffett Releases Annual Letter on Friday

Caterpillar May Cut 1,400 Jobs at Belgian Plant

Partisan Gridlock Continues on Budget Problems

Ramirez to Be New FTC Head

Chrysler to Add Jobs, Invest Millions in Indiana

Freddie Mac Notches 5th Straight Profitable Quarter

Groupon Replacing CEO Andrew Mason


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