Friday's Top News Headlines

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PayPal Expands Into Outer Space

The Hartford to Sell Variable Annuity Business to Berkshire Hathaway

Petrobras Awards $2.7 Billion Contract to Seadrill, SapuraKencana

P&G to Convert 20% of For-Hire Truck Fleet to Nat Gas

Lockheed Wins $207 Million for Anti-Artillery Radar System

Hewlett-Packard Wins Second Pentagon IT Contract This Week

TASER Inks New Sales Contracts

Congress Asked to Approve Aircraft Engine Sales to Qatar

Solera Borrowing Up to $850 Million, Says It's in Talks About Acquisition

Raytheon Buys Data Analytics Company

Verizon Wireless Wraps Up Nationwide 4G LTE Rollout

Arch Coal Sells Non-Core Utah Operations for $435 Million

T-Mobile Increases Spectrum Holdings

Congress Asked to Approve $170 Million Finnish Military Sale

France Wants to Buy $1.5 Billion Worth of U.S. "Reaper" Drones

Lockheed Keeps Dividend Steady

Pfizer Keeps Dividend Steady, Sets $10 Billion Buyback Plan

Freeport-McMoRan Keeps Quarterly Dividend Steady

Edmunds.com: Ford to Post Best June Gains

Duke Lead Director to Become Board Chairwoman

IEA: Renewable Energy Sources to Top Natural Gas by 2016

Weak BlackBerry 10 Units Crush BlackBerry Shares



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