Wednesday's Top News Headlines

Here are today's top news stories from

Apr 23, 2014 at 9:23AM

Here are today's top news headlines from Check back throughout the day as this list is updated, and follow us on Twitter at TMFBreaking.

Stock Market Today: With Apple on Deck, Boeing and P&G Step up to the Plate

Today's Health Care Stocks to Watch: Illumina, Intuitive Surgical and Gilead Sciences

EMC Corporation Slides on Soft Earnings Guidance

ARM Holdings plc Reports 16% Q1 Revenue Growth, Short of Estimates; Shares Fall

Hercules Offshore Reports Sharp Rise in Revenue on Strong Drilling Activity

Obama Admin Gives Nuclear Loan Guarantee For Free

Boeing's Engineered Beat Pleases, While Google's Governance Disappoints

Largest-Ever U.S. Military Solar Project Gets Underway

Sales of New U.S. Homes Plunge 14.5% in March

Manufacturing Survey Shows Small Drop

The Dow Holds Its Own, But What Sent AT&T and Verizon Plunging?

BP Sells Interest in 4 Alaska Fields

Here's Why Skyworks Solutions Inc. Shares Soared Today

Textron Eliminating 750 Cessna, Beechcraft Jobs

Toyota Sells 2.58 Million Vehicles in Q1, Outselling GM, VW

Australia Raises Order for F-35 Fighters From 14 to 72

Here's Why Quality Systems, Inc. Sank Today

SunPower Rises as Apple and Microsoft Prepare to Report Earnings

PepsiCo to Sell Taco Bell's Mountain Dew Baja Blast in Stores

Why AmSurg Corp. Shares Briefly Tumbled

Here's Why ZixCorp Shares Sank

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Exelon Exceeds Carbon Reduction Goal 7 Years Ahead of Schedule

U.S. Crude Oil Inventories Hit 31-Year High

The Real Reason Intuitive Surgical, Inc. Is Tanking, Yet Again

Google Taps SunPower's Residential Solar Portfolio

Why Shares of Navigator Holdings Ltd. Popped Today

Why iRobot Corporation Shares Short-Circuited

What You Need to Know About Dr Pepper Snapple Group’s Earnings

Why Shares of Hawaiian Holdings Inc. Popped Today

Why Meritage Homes Corp's Shares Plunged Today

Apple Increases Stock Buyback, Raises Dividend

Why Cree, Inc. Shares Crumbled Today

Why Sanmina Corp Shares Skyrocketed Today

Facebook Delivers Outsized First-Quarter Earnings; CFO Steps Down

Topping Expectations, E*Trade Financial Corporation Watches Earnings per Share Soar

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