Friday's Top News Headlines

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Hulu Names Interim Chief as Disney, News Corp. Mull Involvement

Pentagon Cuts Boeing F-15 Contract Size by $456 Million

Gas Prices Fuel Producer Price Increase

Dow Chemical to Divest Nearly $1.5 Billion of Assets in Next 18 Months

Apple Updates Mac OS X to Include Windows 8 Support

Spain's Debt Hit Record High at End of 2012

Report: February Home Foreclosures Down From Last Year

Boeing: Battery Improvements Could Be Ready in Next Few Weeks

TASER Sells $300,000 Worth of Stun Guns

Angie's List CFO to Resign

American Science & Engineering Picks a New CEO

Redbox Instant Opens for Business

Netflix Offers $100,000 in Prize Money to Cloud Developers

Rosetta Resources Buying Permian Basin Assets From Comstock Resources

Foreign Holdings of U.S. Debt Rise to $5.62 Trillion

Fund to Pay $600 Million to Settle Insider Trading Charges

Japan to Join Talks on Pacific Trade Pact

Pentagon Spends Nearly $1 Billion a Year on Unemployment

Obama Touts Need for Non-Gas Vehicles

U.S. Rig Count Jumps 24 to 1,776

Oil and Natural Gas End Week Higher

Toyota Recalls 209,000 FJ Cruiser SUVs

Facebook Names New CTO

Gold Prices Rise Following Report on Consumer Prices

BP Seeks to Block Gulf Spill Settlement Payments


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