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Wednesday's Top News Headlines

By Motley Fool Staff – Feb 12, 2014 at 9:48AM

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Stock Market Today: Procter & Gamble's Venezuelan Headache and Deere's Sales Rebound

Today's Top Biotech Stories: The Medicines Company, DaVita HealthCare Partners, and Incyte

ING U.S. Reports Operating Earnings Grow 29% Behind Strong Business Performance

Alpha Natural Resources Q4 Results Mixed

Dr Pepper Snapple Group Sells Less Soda but Beats Expectations

Forget North Dakota, Texas Is No. 1 for Oil

Iran Plans to Woo International Oil Companies

Game Heats up for Israeli Gas Exports

Why Sprint Corp. Rallied This Morning

Owners Report More Vehicle Problems

Morning Dow Report: Caterpillar Climbs While Procter & Gamble Slides

Amazon to Hire More Than 2,500 Full-Time Workers

Dow Chemical Rebuffs Third Point Call for Spinoff

Toyota Recalling 1.9 Million Prius Vehicles for Software Issue

China Makes Large Natural Gas Discovery

Why Seadrill Ltd Shares Slipped This Morning

Incyte's Q4 Loss Widens Despite Improved Jakafi Sales

Consumers Being Cautious With Valentine’s Day Spending

Rolls-Royce Inks $1 Billion C-130J Super Hercules Deal With Lockheed Martin

Dr Pepper Trying 60-Calorie Soda Pop Sweetened With Sugar, Stevia

U.S. Budget Deficit Down 36.6%

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