Monday's Top News Headlines

Here are today's top news stories from

Jun 30, 2014 at 9:21AM

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.

Monday’s Top Biotech Stories: MannKind, Dicerna, Flamel, and Merck

Philips to Spin Off LED Parts Business

3 Reasons Facebook’s ‘Secret Study’ Was No Big Deal

PPG Industries Buying Mexico's Comex for $2.3 Billion

The Dirty Truth About Clean Energy

Merger Monday: The AbbVie/Shire Saga Continues

Pending Home Sales Up Sharply in May

Up 9%: What You Need to Know About MannKind Today

Google Teams Up With Razer to Launch a New Android Gaming Console

Solar Capacity Grew 33% in 2013, and There's Plenty of Room to Run

The Dow Dips as Visa Climbs, Boeing Falls

TreeHouse Foods Buying Into Snacks Market

5 Things to Know About Washington Legal Pot Sales

Stryker Corporation Spending $375 Million to Acquire Assets of Small Bone Innovations

Why Yahoo! and Micron Technology are Rising

Pending Home Sales Soar 6.1%

Texas Manufacturing Soars for June

Chicago Economy Growth Slows After Reaching 7-Month High

The Key to the Dow's Bull Market? Energy Stocks

Up 9%: What You Need to Know About MannKind Today

MannKind's Afrezza Approved but Will Doctors Prescribe It?

GM Ignition Switch Compensation Plan at a Glance

Why the Market Will Celebrate This Fourth of July

Supreme Court Rejects Google Appeal on Street View Snooping

Why GW Pharmaceuticals PLC Stock Surged

Boeing Drags as the Dow Endures a Bouncy Day

Record Natural Gas Is Great News For These Dividend Payers

Boeing Aims For Another Contract Win and Ford Motor Company Waves Goodbye to Industry's Best CEO

Markets Mixed, But Disney Stock Rises After Aereo Loses in Supreme Court

MannKind Stock: Afrezza Approved at Last, But Will Sales Disappoint?

GM Recalls 8.2 Million Vehicles for Ignition Switch Issue

The Dollars and Cents of E-Cigarettes

Harley Brings Spotlight, but Electric Motorcycles Are Already Revving

Why Empire Resorts Inc. Stock Popped and Dropped Today

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