Thursday's Top News Headlines

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Delta Air Lines Initiates Dividend, Stock Buyback Plan

Apache Strikes Oil in Egypt

GE Unveils 1.7 MW Wind Turbine; NextEra Orders 59

Microsoft Names New CFO

Google Fiber Picks Another City

Activists: Disney Can't Trademark Holidays

Starbucks to Triple Products for GMCR's Keurig

Obama to Launch Jobs Tour

SeaChange CFO to Resign

House to Vote to Prioritize U.S. Debt Payments

Google Translate Adds 5 Languages

Cyprus Keeps Limits on Money Flows

NV Energy Keeps Quarterly Dividend at $0.19

Oil Below $96 per Barrel on Jobs, Stronger Dollar

Tesla Model S Outscores Every Car in Consumer Reports Testing

Facebook, Chicago Firm Settle Suit

Engility to Participate in $400 Million USAID Clean Energy Project

Nokia's Asha 501 Smartphone Shipping Next Month

AT&T Launches New Aio Wireless Prepaid Brand

Mortgage Rates Bounce Back

Southwest Gas Floats Third-Quarter Dividend

IMF Says Egypt's Economy Is Deteriorating

Royal Caribbean to Pay $0.12 Quarterly Dividend

Slovenia Announces Anti-Bailout Measures

U.S. Home Building Is Surging, but Job Growth Isn't

Coeur d'Alene Hires New CFO

Wholesale Inventories-to-Sales Ratio Hits Recovery High, Indicating Weakness

Huawei's Windows Phone 8 W1 Coming to Wal-Mart

IRS Teams With Australia, U.K. to Expose Tax Cheats

Republicans to Back Obama's Student Loan Plan

Gold, Silver Edge Lower in Trading



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