Tuesday's Top News Headlines

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Heinz Gets Chinese Regulatory Approval for Berkshire Acquisition

Sonic Automotive Getting Acquisitive in Colorado

Las Vegas Sands Hires New Accountant and Auditor

New Durable Goods Orders Up 3.3% for April

AstraZeneca Acquires Omthera Pharmaceuticals for Up to $443 Million

Home Prices Notch Highest Returns Since 2006

TECO Energy to Acquire New Mexico Gas Co. for $950 Million

Mac-Gray Keeps Dividend Steady

Baker Hughes Names New Treasurer

IMAX Gets New Chief Marketing Officer

Nike Cuts Ties to Livestrong

Daily Protests Clogging Greek Capital, Police Say

Amazon Increases Career Training Stipend by $1,000 per Year

EU Demands Google Do More to Settle Antitrust Case

Group Urges Judge to Reject Fee-Fixing Settlement

Valeant to Acquire Bausch & Lomb for $8.7 Billion

Moody's: Outlook for U.S. Banks Raised to "Stable"

Jacobs Wins Nuclear Decommissioning Contract

Tax Overhaul: Looking to IRS Scandal for Momentum

Consumer Confidence Hits 5-Year High

Wal-Mart Pleads Guilty in California Hazardous-Waste Case

Williams-Sonoma Hires R.R. Donnelley for Catalog Business

Gold Falls, Soybeans Rise in Trading

Seadrill Beats on Q1 Revenue and EPS, Raises Dividend

Oil Rises Above $95 a Barrel, Tracking Stocks



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