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Friday's Top News Headlines

By Motley Fool Staff – Feb 21, 2014 at 9:37AM

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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.

Today's Top Stories in Biotech: Gilead Sciences, Isis Pharmaceuticals, and Opka Health

Stock Market Today: Dish Boosts Profit While Charter Adds Subscribers

Bank of America Gives CEO a $2 Million Raise. Does He Deserve It?

Weekend Box Office Preview: 'Lego' Expected to Top New Releases 'Pompeii' and '3 Days To Kill'

Fannie Mae Earns $6.5 Billion in Q4, Will Repay U.S. Bailout

DISH Network Corp Beats Earnings Estimates Despite Soft Sales, Announces Satellite Broadband Deal

Dow Friday: Will a Housing Slowdown Make Stocks Slump in 2014?

600,000 People Binge-Watched House of Cards Season 2 on Netflix Last Weekend

Under Armour Inc. and U.S. Speedskating Team Sign Partnership Extension Through 2022

Existing Home Sales Slump 5.1% as Weather Takes Toll

ExxonMobil Corporation Replaces More Than 100% of Production for 20th Consecutive Year

Twitter Conversations: There Are Only 6 Kinds

Transcripts Show Fed Grappling With 2008 Crisis

Mexico to Trump Japan as No. 2 Car Exporter to U.S.

Bhutan, Nissan Partner on Electric Cars

As IPO Looms, GoPro Cameras Get Workout at Olympics

Why Shares of Strayer Education Inc Popped

Why MRC Global Inc's Shares Dropped Today

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