Wednesday's Top News Headlines

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

Jul 16, 2014 at 9:10AM

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: A Bid for Time Warner and a Miss for Bank of America

Top Stocks to Watch Today: St. Jude Medical, Abbott Laboratories, Eli Lilly, Pfizer

Higher Gasoline Costs Raise U.S. Producer Prices

Litigation Expense Drags Down Bank of America Corp Second-Quarter Results

Strong NYSE Debut for NextEra Energy Partners LP

PNC Financial Services Group Inc Sees Income Drop 6% in the Second Quarter

Why Shares of Interactive Intelligence, Inc. Cratered

BlackBerry Plummets on Apple's Deal with IBM

The Dow Is Record-Bound Again as Energy Stocks Jump Along With Tech

Tech Watch: Key Board Changes at Google and Hewlett-Packard

U.S. Bancorp Tops Analyst Expectations as It Reports Record Net Income

The Boeing Company Continues Streak of Massive Order Announcements

Apple, Inc. Is Doubling Down on Enterprise With IBM

More Expensive Gasoline Helps Boost Producer Prices 0.4%

Homebuilders Optimistic for First Time Since January

Bank of America Corp Earnings Report: Troubles Are Far From Over

Tesla Motors, Inc.'s Affordable Car Gets a Name: Model 3

Intel Leads the Dow Jones Higher

Industrial Production Oozes Up 0.2%

Fed's Beige Book: Growth Described as "Modest" and "Moderate"

Here's Why a Mega-Merger Between Time Warner and Twenty-First Century Fox is Unlikely

Intel's Earnings Blitz Leads the Dow's Rally

Why Are the Dow's Tech Stocks Soaring Today?

Why HCA Holdings Inc. Stock Boosted the Entire Hospital Sector

The Boeing Co. Lands Another Multibillion-Dollar Commitment at Airshow

VW Overtakes GM to Be No. 2 in Global Auto Sales

Why Disney Is Down on a Strong Day for the Dow

Why International Game Technology Stock Popped Today

Why Miller Energy Resources Inc Stock Dropped Again Today

F-35's No-Show at Farnborough Airshow Disappoints

Why AAR Corp. Stock Popped Today

Study: Economy Isn't the Only Reason Millennials Delay Homebuying

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