Tuesday's Top News Headlines

Here are today's top news stories from Fool.com.

Jul 15, 2014 at 8:51AM

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

Stock Market Today: Why Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase Are on the Move

Tuesday’s Top Biotech Stories: Johnson & Johnson, Roche, Novartis, Google

U.S. Retail Sales Tick Up Just 0.2% as Consumers Remain Cautious

Tobacco Buyout Valued at $68.88 per Share for Lorillard Shareholders

JPMorgan Chase & Co. Earnings Dip 9%, but Surpass Analyst Expectations

U.S. Businesses Rebuild Stockpiles at Steady Pace

Bank of America Corp Earnings: Can the Bank Top Its Rivals?

Kinder Morgan Earnings: Is the Energy Giant Back on Track?

Gas Prices Dip Nearly a Nickel to $3.635 per Gallon

Microsoft Slims Down and Google Fights Diabetes

Reynolds-Lorillard: Why Investors Hate the Merger, in 8 Simple Slides

Why Rockwood Holdings Inc. Shares Popped

The Boeing Company Announces 3 More Agreements, Bringing 2-Day Total Over $14 Billion at List Prices

Why Disney’s MagicBands Are a Cash Cow in the Making

Why Microsoft and GoPro Shares Are Rising

The Lemon Law King Reaches Settlement With Tesla Motors Inc in Model S Case

The Dow Faces a Key Test as United Technologies Rises, Disney Falls

Why Intel Will Move the Dow Tomorrow

Lionsgate Joins Forces With Alibaba to Open Digital Service in China

Why Financials Spiked to Lead the Flat Dow Jones Today

New York Manufacturing Growth Hits 4-Year High

What's Wrong With The Walt Disney Company Today?

Why U.S. Airlines Are Fleeing Venezuela

Apple, Inc.’s 5.5-inch iPhone 6 May Be Delayed Into 2015

The Boeing Company Reveals Details of 777X

Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Earnings Beats Keep the Dow Afloat

Who Will Steal the Spotlight at the Farnborough Airshow?

Tuesday's Top Upgrades (and Downgrades)

Tesla Motors, Inc. Doesn't Pull Punches Against the White House

Reynolds American and Lorillard Merger Reshapes Tobacco Landscape

Why Michael Kors Is Down Today

Business Sales Boost Ahead 0.4% for May

0.2% Retail Sales Growth Better Than It Looks

New York Manufacturing Growth Hits 4-Year High

Higher Fuel Prices Help Push Import Prices up 0.1%

"Weak" Retail Sales Can't Move the Dow Jones Today. Will Next Month Bring a Crash?

Arena Pharmaceuticals Inc. Still Down After CEO's Sale

Intel Corporation Soars as Diversified Strategy Delivers Q2 Earnings Surprise

Johnson & Johnson Ups The Dosage

Why MobileIron, Inc. Stock Plunged Today

Raytheon, IBM, 8 Other Companies to Split Up to $960 Million Pentagon IT Project

Lockheed Martin the Big Winner as Pentagon Awards $1.47 Billion in Defense Contracts

Intel Corporation Takes No Prisoners This Earnings Season

Yahoo! Inc. Reports Ho-Hum Second Quarter; CEO Mayer Promises to "Do Better"

Apple, IBM Team Up in Mobile Devices, Applications

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