Tuesday's Top News Headlines

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

Jul 22, 2014 at 9:29AM

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: Apple Goes Big and McDonald's Disappoints

Tuesday's Top Health Care Stocks: Herbalife, Exact Sciences, AstraZeneca, J&J

Peabody Energy's Revenue Improves as Coal Takes Global Market Share

Harley-Davidson Laps Q2 Estimates; Shares Fall on Production Cuts

Verizon Communications Adds 1.4 Million Wireless Subscribers in Q2

United Technologies Beats Q2 Targets; Sikorsky Helicopter Contract Helps

Existing-Home Sales Reach 8-Month High

Why Sanmina Corp. Shares Soared

Qatar’s LNG Dominance Threatened by Shell’s Reported Withdrawal

Synovus Financial Corp. Watches Earnings Jump 35%, but Misses Expectations

Regions Financial Corp Sees Earnings Jump 17% in Second Quarter

BancorpSouth, Inc. Sees Solid Growth; Mergers Delayed

Coca-Cola Shares Fizzle on Second-Quarter Earnings

Will The Boeing Company’s Q2 Results Live Up to Expectations?

Why Apple and Nuance are Rallying as Rambus Tumbles

Why More Deals Could Be on the Way in the Bakken

Why Microsoft Will Move the Dow Tomorrow

Gas Drops to $3.59 per Gallon

Why TG Therapeutics, Inc. Stock Was Whipsawed

Existing-Homes Sales Up 2.6% for June

Home Prices Hit a Soft Spot in May

F-35 Sales Save Lockheed Martin Corporation From a Terrible Quarter

Despite Earnings Beats, Netflix and Coca-Cola Sink

Why HealthStream, Inc. Stock Skyrocketed

Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. Knocks It Out Of the Park

Health Care Leads the Dow Jones Higher Today

Why FuelCell Energy Inc. Stock Popped

Why Woodward Inc. Stock Jumped Today

One Contrarian's Case: Why the U.S. Could Dip Into Recession

Why New Oriental Education & Tech Grp Stock Dropped

Why Crocs, Inc. Stock Popped

Netflix's Price Hike Is Already Working

Disappointing Earnings Drag Down Coca-Cola and Travelers

Why Del Frisco's Restaurant Group Inc Stock Got Burned Today

Tesla Motors Inc. and Ford Motor Company Hit Today's Headlines

Why Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. Stock Caught Fire Today

Why Cardtronics Inc. Stock Popped Today

Oculus Rift Meets Professor X at Comic-Con

Why Herbalife Ltd. Stock Bounced Today

Why Trex Company Inc. Stock Popped Today

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