Thursday's Top News Headlines

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Stock Market Today: Family Dollar's Layoffs and Rite Aid's Confidence

Today's Biotech Stocks to Watch: Bristol-Myers Squibb, Gilead Sciences and Merck & Co.

Icahn Backs Off Push to Have eBay Spin Off PayPal

U.S. Treasury Raises $2.38 Billion in Ally Stock Sale

North American Oil Glut to Keep Prices Low, IMF Says

Dow Sinks as AT&T Fights Back, Chevron Warns on Earnings

Rite Aid Is Finally on the Right Track After Delivering Upbeat Earnings

Mortgage Rates In Broad-Based Decline

Initial Jobless Claims Fall 9.6% to Pre-Recession Levels

More Expensive Natural Gas Contributes to Import Price Increase

Wal-Mart Aims to Remove Premium Price From Organic Foods

Tech Gets Crushed as Market Sell-Off Continues

U.S. Deficit Shrinks Unexpectedly to $37 Billion for March

March Land Rover Sales Slump as Jaguar Roars Ahead

Costco March Sales Hit $10.4 Billion, Up Nearly 8% YOY

Airlines' On-Time Record Took a Beating in Feb.

Why Shares of Titan Machinery Inc. Popped Today

Why Shares of Rentech, Inc. Jumped Today

Time to Get in Line for Google Glass

Dieters, Food Companies Focus on More Than Calories

Why Ruby Tuesday, Inc. Shares Jumped

Fool's Gold Report: Plunging Stocks Send Metals Higher; Goldcorp Fights Back Against Yamana


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