Monday's Top News Headlines

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General Dynamics, Austal Win a Combined $43 Million in Pentagon Contracts

Boeing Lands $106.2 Million in New Pentagon Contracts

Law Firm Files Class Action Suit Against Atlantic Power

Pentagon Awards $45.5 Million in Miscellaneous Defense Contracts

Ford Cuts CEO Compensation 29% for 2012

Google Acquires Talaria to Bolster Cloud Platform

Joy Global CEO to Step Down

Industrial Production Jumps 0.7% for February

Euro Dives and Asian Markets Plunge on Cyprus Bailout Plan

"Oz" Tops Box Office for Second Straight Weekend

Elbit Wins $115 Million Electronic Warfare Contract

Russian Money in Cyprus Hit by Savings Seizure

Cyprus' Bailout Plan Shocks Savers Across Europe

Euro Falls to 3-Month Low Versus Dollar on Cyprus Plan

Man Gets More Than 3 years in iPad Data Breach Case

Suntech Defaults on Notes, Continues to Work on Restructuring

AstraZeneca Reorganizes, Cutting 1,600 Jobs

Builder Confidence Drops Again

IDEX Buys FTL Seals Technology for $36.2 Million

Advent Software Will Remain Independent

Companies Begin Defense in Gulf Oil Spill Trial

Acting Commerce Secretary Leaving Obama Administration

GE Appoints New Chief Information Officer

Starbucks Taps Sephora Exec to Manage Brand

RAIT Financial Trust Boosts Dividend by 20%



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