Monday'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.

Halliburton Maintains Dividend

Jacobs Wins Engineering Contracts; Lockheed to Upgrade Aegis

U.S. Cellular to Pay Special Dividend

Leading Indicators Up 0.6% for April

Warren Buffett Meets With Young Entrepreneurs

"Star Trek: Into Darkness" Scores Big

Yahoo! Falls Head Over Heels for Tumblr

Actavis to Acquire Warner Chilcott in $8.5 Billion Deal

Freeport-McMoRan to Pay Supplemental Dividend if Plains Deal Closes

Online Takeout Services Seamless and GrubHub to Merge

Economists Predict Increase in Consumer Spending

National Oilwell Varco Doubles Dividend

GE Set to Receive $6.5 Billion in Dividends From GE Capital This Year

Royalty Pharma Increases Bid for Elan

Websense Agrees to $24.75-a-Share Acquisition

Blackstone Group Offers to Take Pactera Private

Retailer L.L. Bean Keeps Chairman Role in the Family

Apple Touts Jobs It Creates, Taxes It Pays

Universal Orlando Raises Ticket Prices

Oil Rises on Falling Dollar; Gasoline at $3.65 per Gallon

Gold Breaks Losing Streak

Buffett Contest Makes Boy "Rich-ish"

Chesapeake's New CEO Comes From Anadarko

Plains Shareholders Approve Acquisition by Freeport McMoRan

Senate Panel: Apple Uses Firms Outside U.S. to Avoid Taxes

Stillwater Elects Montana Ex-Governor As Chairman



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