Monday's Top News Headlines

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Today's Biggest Biotech Stories: Roche, Merck, Bayer, and Regeneron

Stock Market Today: A "Lego" Hit And a Disappointing Outlook for Sohu

Carl Icahn Backs Off Plan for $50 Billion Apple Stock Buyback

Tesla Displaces Mercedes-Benz in Consumer Brand Survey

The Golden Age of Gas, Possibly: Interview With the IEA

Teva: U.S. Is Investigating Copaxone, Azilect Marketing

Google's Market Cap Passes Exxon's

American Airlines Group Inc Traffic Up 3.8% In January

Sohu.com Inc. Shares Sink on Weak Next-Quarter Guidance

McDonald's: Weather Hurt U.S. Sales, but January Global Comps up 1.2%

Nokia, HTC End Patent Litigation

China's Box Office Hits Record $230 Million Over New Year Week

Why AutoNavi Holdings Ltd. Skyrocketed

Why Changyou.Com Ltd. Shares Plunged

UnitedHealth Noses Down to Lead the Dow's Dip

Why Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. Bounced Today

DreamWorks Animation Jumping Into Books

GM Says CEO Barra's $14.4 Million Pay Package Is More Than Akerson's

Food Companies Change Their Recipes

Zuckerberg's Gift of Facebook Stock Tops Philanthropy List

United Airlines January Traffic Declined

Groupon Launches DIY Pages for Businesses

SodaStream Inks Deal With Skinnygirl

Barnes & Noble Lays Off Employees, Refocuses on Content


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