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Stock Market Today: Cisco Systems and Wal-Mart Fall on Earnings Concerns

ExOne Reports Earnings and Record Revenue

Machinists Union Rejects Boeing Contract Offer by 2-to-1 Margin

State-by-State Obamacare Enrollment Figures

Lockheed Martin to Lay Off 3.4% of Workers

Boeing: Middle East Aircraft Market to Be $550 Billion Over 20 Years

Airbus Parent EADS Reports Higher Q3 Profit

Pentagon Halts Order for Russian-Made Helicopters

Lower Realized Metal Prices Dig Into Pan American Silver's Profit in Q3

Boeing: No New Plane Orders Placed in Past Week

Under Armour Buying MapMyFitness for $150 Million

First Solar Signs Power Purchase Pacts for California Project

Fairholme Capital Management Offers to Buy Fannie, Freddie Businesses

A Healthier Economy Sparks Rises in Mortgage Rates

Trade Deficit Worsens as Exports Fall, Imports Rise

Initial Jobless Claims Fall 0.6% for 5th Straight Week of Declines

Q3 Productivity Up 1.9% as Labor Costs Drop

Volkswagen Recalls 800,000 Tiguan Vehicles

National Oilwell Varco CEO Stepping Down

Swiss Chocolate Maker Opens Factory in Japan

Smartphone Sales Pick Up Steam in Q3

Heinz Closing 3 Plants, Cutting 1,350 Jobs


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