Wednesday's Top News Headlines

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Standard & Poor's Lowers Credit Outlook for JPMorgan Chase

Travelzoo Plans to Shake Out Small Shareholders

JetBlue May Traffic Jumps 9.4%

AuRico Gold Initiates Drip Program

AuRico Gold Executive Chairman Resigns for Health Reasons

Lead Director of Cliffs Natural Resources Resigns

ECB Official Defends Bond Purchase Plan

Abbott Launches Japanese Stent Trial

U.S. Chief Executives More Optimistic About Hiring

FDA Approves 2 St. Jude Heart Devices

TJX Companies Shareholders Elect New Member to Board of Directors

Northrop Grumman Gets New Chief Executive in Australia

Mindray Medical Appoints New Co-CEO

GE Moves Its CFO to Lead GE Capital

Oil Rises to $96, Reverses 2 Days of Losses

Facebook Opens 100% Hydroelectric-Powered Data Center in Sweden

PetSmart Names Non-Executive Chairman of the Board

Indian Company to Buy Cooper Tire for $2.5 Billion

Sirius Tops 10,000 Used-Car Partners

Walgreen to Pay $80 Million to Settle Federal Allegations Over Painkiller Distribution

Dunkin' Brands Expanding in Texas

Ruby Tuesday Gets a New Concept President

Crude Oil and Gasoline Inventories Rise

U.S. May Deficit Hits $139 Billion

Record Crop Forecast Sends Corn Prices Lower

3D Systems Buying Phenix Systems



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