Wednesday's Top News Headlines

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Stock Market Today: CVS Ends Tobacco Sales and HBO Boosts Time Warner

What to Watch at Amgen, Merck, Pfizer, and Myriad Genetics This Morning

Current Gas Prices Top $3 in All 50 States

Level 3 Communications, Inc. Jumps on Strong Fourth-Quarter Earnings

Google Awards $106 Million in Stock, Cash to Schmidt

Income Jumps 72% in 2013 at Genworth Financial Inc.

Corrections Corporation of America to Pay Idaho $1 Million for Understaffing

ADP: America Adds 175,000 Jobs in January

Services Sector Celebrates 4 Straight Years of Growth

Dow Shrugs Off a Disappointing ADP Jobs Report

3-D Printing Stocks Crushed as Dow Jones Falls

Generic Competition and Negative Foreign Currency Translation Hold Back Merck's Q4 Results

Another Anheuser-Busch Acquisition: Craft Brewery Blue Point Brewing Co.

TASER Announces Significant AXON On-Body Camera Sales

Berkshire Hathaway's BNSF Railroad OKs $5 Billion Spending Plan

Crude Oil Supplies Expand for Third Straight Week

From Harvard to Nearly Everywhere: Key Dates in Facebook's 10-Year History

NFL Awards Thursday Contract to CBS

A New Way to Invest in a 401(k): ETFs

Coca-Cola Buys 10% Stake in Green Mountain Coffee; Keurig Cold on the Way

Avanir Pharmaceuticals' Revenue Soars 62% on Strong Nuedexta Sales


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