Wednesday's Top News Headlines

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Stock Market Today: 3 Things to Know Ahead of the Bell

General Motors Beats Estimates as Margins Improve

Teva CEO Resigns

PricewaterhouseCoopers to Buy Booz & Co.

Is SodaStream Losing Its Flavor?

InvenSense Beats on Top and Bottom Lines

Waste Management's Earnings Win Shows That Its Strategy Is Paying Off

Pentagon Awards $554 Million in Defense Contracts Tuesday

Why TASER International's Shares Popped

Warner's DC Comic-Book Unit Leaving Gotham

Barclays Reveals Currency Trading Investigation

Westport Innovations Wins 900-Unit Order for LNG Tanks

Lululemon's New Chief Product Officer Comes From Kmart

Mortgage Applications Surged Last Week by 6.4%

Chrysler CEO: IPO to Launch in 2013

Why Amarin Shares Swam With the Fishes

Court Overrides Deutsche Telekom's Plan to Slow Speeds for Heavy Users

Government Shutdown Helps Weaken October Jobs Growth

Fed Sticks With Stimulus

September Inflation Continues Slow Growth

Lenovo Hires Ashton Kutcher to Be More Than a Spokesman

Facebook Posts Monstrous Third-Quarter Growth; Shares Soar

Strong Domestic Production Keeps Oil Inventories Expanding

Starbucks Gets a Jolt After Reporting Best Quarterly and Full-Year Results to Date

U.S. Deficit Down 37% for Fiscal 2013

Visa Announces 20% Jump in Income, $5 Billion in Share Repurchases



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