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Friday's Top News Headlines

By Motley Fool Staff – Mar 7, 2014 at 9:39AM

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Stock Market Today: Foot Locker Laces Up and Big Lots Gets Smaller

Morning Movers in Biotech: Gilead Sciences, NewLink Genetics Corp. and Novartis AG

Penn West Petroleum Ltd. Swings to a Loss

Ford Shifting Truck Production From Mexico to Ohio

Why Big Lots, Inc. Shares Rallied Big Today

Rise in Oil Imports Helps Boost U.S. Trade Deficit to $39.1 Billion

The Dog Giving Safeway a $9 Billion Bone

BP to Export Crude, Avoiding U.S. Ban

Dow This Morning: Goldman, JPMorgan Jump on Jobs While Nike Swooshes Higher

Unemployment Rate Edges Back up to 6.7%, Which Could Be a Sign of Job-Hunter Optimism

Visa, Inc. and MasterCard, Inc. Team Up to Tackle Payment Security in U.S.

Why Peregrine Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Shares Tumbled

Markets Mixed as Jobs Report Rally Dies

Why Skullcandy, Inc. Shares Skyrocketed

Weekend Box Office: Can ‘Mr. Peabody & Sherman’ and ‘300: Rise of an Empire’ Topple ‘Non-Stop’?

Samsung Introduces Free Streaming Radio Service

Trade Deficit Essentially Steady at $39 Billion

Nike's Bounce Can't Stop the Dow's Slip

FBI Investigates Corrections Corporation of America

Why Alpha Natural Resources, Inc. Plunged

Coca-Cola CEO Pay Falls as Bonus Tied to Performance Drops

Unemployment Rate Up for Men and College Grads

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