Thursday's Top News Headlines

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Budweiser Introducing Bowtie-Shaped Can

Logitech CFO Leaps to Roku

Texas Instruments Cranks Dividend Higher

Google Picks Provo as Third City for Google Fiber

Labor Nominee Perez Pledges Open Mind

Congress OK Sought to Sell Boeing C-17 Globemaster to Kuwait

Boeing in Line for $300 Million Contract to Support NATO

U.S. Natural Gas Supplies Grew Last Week

U.S. Companies to Bid to Sell Israel Fuel Valued Around $2.7 Billion

Swiss to Hold Referendum on Gold Reserves

EU Aims to Get U.S. Trade Deal by Next Year

Mortgage Rates Drop; 5/1 ARM at 8-Year Low

Amazon Appstore Expanding to Nearly 200 Countries

Oil Rises Near $88; Natural Gas Jumps 4 Percent

Macy's Request for Restraining Order Denied by Judge

Vonage Adds Video Calling to Mobile Service

Barclays Shakes Up Senior Management Team

Allstate March Catastrophe Loss Estimate Totals $198 Million

Initial Jobless Claims Up 1.1%

IMF Chief Says Global Pro-Growth Policies Needed

Johnson & Johnson Sells Back Shares to Elan

Gold Rises; Corn Falls as Export Sales Disappoint

Nervous Consumers Pull Leading Indicators Down 0.1%

Money Market Fund Assets Fall to $2.595 Trillion

Microsoft CFO Leaving

Google Pays $1 for $39 Million Utah Fiber Service



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