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Wednesday's Top News Headlines

By Motley Fool Staff - Apr 10, 2013 at 9:30AM

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Here are today's top news headlines from

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.

Obama Sends Congress $3.8 Trillion Spending Plan

Boeing Wins Big Order Commitment From Turkish Airlines

TripAdvisor Acquires Boutique Travel Site

Giant Interactive CEO Resigns

Qualcomm Raises Its Dividend

Minutes: Fed Divided Over When to End Stimulus

Advertiser Wins Army Contract

Groupon Names New Senior Vice President of Engineering and Operations

Alberta Premier: Rejection of Oil Pipeline Would Mar Relationship

Nokia Launches App for Jazzing Up Camera-Phone Self-Portraits

EU Warns of Imbalances in Spain, Slovenia

Bunge Names New Head of North American Business

Pentagon Announces Contracts With Dell, Cardinal Health, Raytheon

Microsoft Signs ABB to Use Microsoft Office 365, Yammer

Northrop Wins $53 Million for Computer, Air Defense Work

KKR Partners With Colonie Pacific to Acquire N.Y. Mall

ConocoPhillips Delays 2014 Arctic Marine Drilling

Microsoft Bringing Ads to Xbox Music

Oil Steady, Gasoline Futures Tank on Supply Data

T-Mobile Launches iPhone Trade-In Offer

Cyprus Reports Sharp Cut in Size of Banking Sector

AeroVironment Lands $13.8 Million Army Contract

U.S. Crude Oil Inventories Steady as Pump Prices Drop

IHS Promotes COO to CEO

White House Projecting Slow Economic Gains Ahead

Nokia Launches New Phone in India: Nokia 105

KKR Names New Leaders for Japan Unit

Obama Threatens Veto of GOP Labor Board Bill

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