The Afternoon's Top News Headlines

Here are some of this afternoon's top news stories from Fool.com.

Jun 17, 2014 at 2:59PM

Here are some of this afternoon's top news headlines from Fool.com. Follow us on Twitter at TMFBreaking and click here for today's full list of news headlines.

Housing Starts Drop 6.5% for May

Consumer Price Index Jumps 0.4%

Here’s How Williams’ Acquisition of Access Midstream Partners Will Benefit Investors

Did Ford Motor Company's Hybrids Get Clobbered By a Computer Error?

The CPI Jumps, But is Inflation a Real Threat to the Dow Jones Industrials?

Financials Lead the Dow Jones Today as Inflation Surprises

Why Amira Nature Foods Ltd. Shares Soared

CEO: iHeart Radio Revenue Is "Hundreds of Millions"

Some Retailers Take Another Step in Helping Customers Compare Prices Online

3-D Printing Company Materialise Prices IPO and Is Expected to Begin Trading on June 24

Why Galena Biopharma Inc. Shares Spiked Higher

FedEx Corporation Earnings: Will the Shipper Deliver?

Another Ultra-Low-Cost Carrier Gears Up for Big Growth

More Than Weight: UPS to Consider Box Size in Ground-Shipping Prices

SolarCity Dives Into Module Manufacturing

3 Things for the Critics to Hate About Tesla Motors Inc. This Week

Why Shares of Forest Oil Corporation Recovered Today

General Electric's Alstom Bid Faces Danger and General Motors' Recall Gets Expensive

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