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Thursday's Top News Headlines

By Motley Fool Staff – Feb 13, 2014 at 9:17AM

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

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 Mega Merger in the Cable Industry

Acorda Therapeutics, The Medicines Co. and Shire Plc Could Be Big Movers in Healthcare Today

PepsiCo, Q4 Results and 2014 Guidance Like Trail Mix; Boosts Dividends and Buybacks

GM Recalling Nearly 780,000 Compact Cars for Ignition Problem

J.C. Penney CFO Ken Hannah Leaving the Company

Apache Corp. Sells Argentina Operations to Argentina State Energy Company

Overseas Strength and New Menu Items Help Burger King

Following Acquisition, Realty Income Corp. Net Income per Share Up 24%

Mortgage Rates Lose Direction, Moving Up, Down, and All Around

Vanda Pharmaceuticals' Q4 Loss Widens on Higher Expenses

New Gender Options for Facebook Users

Hundreds of Thousands of Mirrors Populate Huge New Solar Power Plant

Why Shares of iRobot Are Continuing to March Higher Today

Why Angie's List, Inc. Shares Plummeted

Why Skechers USA, Inc. Shares Stepped Up a Level

Why Shares of Orbitz Worldwide, Inc. Skyrocketed

Export Rules Hinder U.S. Drone Companies

Why LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc. Shares Were Sinking

Winter Storms Threaten to Chill U.S. Economy

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