Friday's Top News Headlines

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J.C. Penney Loses 2 More Execs

AMD Narrows Loss in Q1

NextEra Nuclear Upgrade Exceeds Expectations

Uni-Pixel to Float Common Stock Issue

Nucor Q1 Net Drops 42%

B&G Foods Q1 Sales, Net Increase

E*TRADE's Q1 Meets on EPS, Misses on Revenue

Rockwell Collins Declares Dividend, Announces Q2 Results and Management Change

GlaxoSmithKline Accused of Market Abuse

Nissan Recalls SUVs to Fix Brake Problem

Dell Confirms Blackstone Withdraws Bid

Aquatech Opens New Plant to Treat Marcellus Shale Waste

Poll Shows Americans' Economic Pessimism

Kimberly-Clark Reports First-Quarter Earnings

McDonald's Q1 Misses on Top and Bottom Lines

Statoil Announces "Significant" North Sea Oil Discovery

Fitch Cuts Britain's Bond Rating

SAP CEO: Cloud Computing Business Profitable

Valmont Beats by a Dime on the Bottom Line

Oil Slightly Higher After Recent Sharp Drops

Boeing Slows 747-8 Production Because of Decreased Demand

Airlines, Pilots Sue Feds Over Controller Cuts

ONEOK Keeps Quarterly Dividend Steady

U.S. Rig Count Drops by 13 to 1,758

Cyprus to Open Casinos to Boost Economy

Anheuser-Busch InBev Finalizes Beer Buyout

Toyota Brings Lexus Production to Kentucky

Yahoo! to Discontinue Several Offerings

Activist Investor Peltz Buys Into Pepsi, Mondelez



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