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Stock Market Today: Coca-Cola and Johnson & Johnson Boost the Dow
Tuesday's Top Health Care Stories: Johnson & Johnson, Teva, Mylan, and Dynavax
Shares of The Coca-Cola Company Rise on Flat Sales and Fresh Earnings
Gas Prices Up 1.5% to $3.65 Per Gallon
Consumer Price Index Jumps 0.2%
U.S. Gas Prices Rise, but Not Because of Global Factors
Ukraine Falling to Economic Warfare and Its Own Missteps
Noble Energy CEO Charles Davidson to Retire
Coca-Cola Earnings: The Scale is Tipping East
Zebra to Spend $3.45 Billion on Motorola Business
The Dow's Early Gain Fizzles: Why Are Wal-Mart and Home Depot Falling?
New York Economic Growth Slows for April
Twitter Buys Data Analytics Partner Gnip
Homebuilders Remain Pessimistic for April
TASER International, Inc. Lands London Police Contract
Why Prestige Brands Holdings Inc. Shares Temporarily Soared
Europe Is Looking Brighter for Ford Motor Company
CSX Corporation's First-Quarter Earnings Fall, but 2014 Growth Expected
Intel Reports First-Quarter Earnings That Skim Past Wall Street's Expectations
Report: Prescription Drug Spending Climbs in 2013
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