Tuesday'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.

Netflix to Drop Microsoft Silverlight

Carnival to Reimburse Government for Cruise Ship Assistance

Petrobras Inks Subsea Services Agreement With FMC Tech

Raytheon Wins $38.6 Million in Missile, SIGINT Contract Awards

Royalty Pharma Willing to Pay More for Elan, Depending on Investor Demands

Greece Holds Out Hope for 2013 Budget Target

ECB's Draghi Urges Speedy Banking Union

American Express Picks a President

Alibaba Mobile OS Ramps Up Efforts to Take on Google, Apple

FINRA Fines Merrill Lynch $1.05 Million

Finally, Google Glass Specs Come Into Full View

Oil Down Again After Sharp Fall on Weak Demand

General Dynamics, FLIR Score Pentagon Contract Wins

Littelfuse Buying Hamlin Inc. for $145 Million

Eastman Kodak May Sell Assets to Brother Industries

Red Hat Announces $300 Million Buyback

Housing Starts up 7% for March

LDK Defaults on Debt

Official: Cyprus Lawmakers to Vote on Bailout Deal

Gold Recovers Slightly After a Steep Drop

Cheaper Gas Pushes Consumer Prices Down 0.2% for March

Industrial Production Up 0.4% for March

Outage Grounds American Airlines Flights

IMF Cuts Its Forecast for Global Economy in 2013

Hertz Taking 20% Stake in China Auto Rental

Microsoft Expands Azure Availability, Matches Amazon's Pricing



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