Monday's Top News Headlines

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Stock Market Today: Netflix Speeds Up and Red Lobster Gears for a Fight

Today's Biggest Biotech Stories: Alexion, Salix, and Ampio

Weekend Box Office: 'LEGO Movie' Keeps Building; Tops '3 Days to Kill,' 'Pompeii' for Top Spot

Magnum Hunter Resource Corp.'s Loss Narrows as Results Improve

WhatsApp to Add Voice to Messaging Service

eBay Responds to Icahn, Says It's Keeping PayPal

Men's Wearhouse Raises Takeover Bid for Jos. A. Bank, With Some Strings

Why 3D Systems Corporation Dropped Today

Eli Lilly Buys Animal Health Business, Lowers Forecast

BlackBerry Shares Surge on Two Reports

MasterCard, Inc. Acquires Mobile Transaction Technology Provider as It Rolls Out New Technology

Chesapeake Energy Explores Spinning Off, Selling Oil-Field Services

IBM to Acquire Cloudant, Strengthening Its Mobile Cloud Solutions

Qualcomm, Red Bend, QuickPlay Join AT&T at Connected-Car Center

The Evolution in U.S. Cell Phone Plans Over the Past Year

Cigarette Maker Lorillard Bans Animal Testing

General Electric to Invest $10 Billion in Fracking, Wind, and Efficiency Research

Texas Business Slows, but Still Hiring

Why Trex Company, Inc.'s Shares Popped Today

Zuckerberg Takes Long View With WhatsApp, Internet

Cold Weather Cools Services Sector


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