Thursday'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.

Tesla Reports 70% Net Income Increase in Q2

Mondelez Hikes Buybacks, Raises Dividend

General Dynamics Maintains Dividend

Wal-Mart to Upgrade Conditions at 2,800 Stores

Groupon Names Eric Lefkofsky CEO, Announces Share Buyback Plan

Jack in the Box CEO to Retire

Windstream Q2 EPS Down 33%

Aeropostale Expects Larger Q2 Losses

Costco's Net Sales for July Up 7%

Initial Jobless Claims Increase 1.5%

VMware Adds $700 Million to Buyback Authorization

McDonald's Reports Marginal Sales Increase in July

TreeHouse Foods to Acquire Associated Brands for $180 Million

Array BioPharma Loses Licensing Agreement, Cuts Staff

Cleveland Fed President Announces Resignation



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