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Monday's Top News Headlines

By Motley Fool Staff – Mar 17, 2014 at 9:27AM

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Stock Market Today: A Chinese Tech Giant's Record IPO and a Weak Launch for Disney's "Need for Speed"

Today's Top Biotech Stories: Five Prime, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Intercept, and Gilead Sciences

Weekend Box Office: ‘Mr. Peabody & Sherman’ Makes a Comeback as ‘Need for Speed’ Stalls

Oil Price Dips After Crimea Votes to Split From Ukraine

U.S. Factory Output Rose in Feb. by Most in 6 Months

Why National-Oilwell Varco Inc. Shares Slipped This Morning

Why Baker Hughes Incorporated Shares Gained This Morning

Russia Eyes Crimea's Oil and Gas Reserves

Vodafone to Buy Spain's Ono for $10 Billion

Industrial Production Soars Past Expectations

Homebuilders Still Uneasy

New York Manufacturing Growth Slows for March

Why Kandi Technologies Group, Inc. Shares Flew

Dow Soars 150 on Crimean Calm; 3M, IBM Jump as Coke and McDonald's Lag

Following Heightened Demand, Alcoa, Inc. Investing to Increase Wheel Production in Hungary

More GM Recalls Include 1.2 Million SUVs for Air Bag Issue

U.S. Lags as Commercial Drones Take Off

Why Five Prime Therapeutics Inc. Shares Surged

IBM Helps Drive the Dow Jones' Jump Today

Sally Beauty Releases Details on Data Breach

Why Shares of JA Solar Holdings Co., Ltd. Popped Today

Chesapeake Energy Files Oil-Field Services Spinoff Paperwork

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