Wednesday's Top News Headlines

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Carl Icahn Sells Half of His Netflix Stake

For the First Time in a Decade, Amazon Raises Free Shipping Order Minimum

Apple Unveils New Gadgets: iPad Air, Revamped MacBook Pros, and More

BlackBerry's BBM for iPhone, Android Tops Download List

Boeing Earnings Jump 12% on Strong Revenue Growth; Guidance Raised

Caterpillar's Sales Plunge on Mining Woes

Bill Barrett Corp. Sells Natural Gas Assets for $371 Million

Samsung Bringing Smaller Version of Galaxy S4 to U.S.

European Central Bank to "Stress Test" Major Banks

Oil Falls to Near $97 on Ample Supplies

Boeing to Increase 787 Dreamliner Production Rate by 20%

Mortgage Applications Flat in Wake of Government Shutdown

Northrop Grumman Increases Guidance as Earnings Rise 18%

Petroleum Pushes Import Prices, Agriculture Products Move Export Prices

FHFA: House Prices Up for 19th Straight Month

Airlines Improved On-Time Performance in August

Changes Would Allow Startups to Raise Money via Crowdfunding

It's Official: Starbucks Makes its First Move Beyond Coffee

Buffett Says He Passed on Buying "Washington Post"

FedEx Predicts Increase in Holiday Packages

Icahn Reaches Out to Apple CEO

GlaxoSmithKline Sales in China Tumble Amid Bribery Probe


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