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Tuesday's Top News Headlines

By Motley Fool Staff – Mar 18, 2014 at 9:29AM

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Stock Market Today: Wal-Mart's Video Game Threat and Hertz's $1 Billion Stock Buyback

Today's Top Biotech Stories: Prosensa, Medivation, and Alcobra

U.S. Consumer Prices Tick Up Just 0.1% in Feb.

Viacom and Google Settle YouTube Lawsuit

Why SINA Corp Shares Slipped This Morning

Tuesday's Tech Movers: HP, Microsoft, and Amazon

GM Creates New Post to Spearhead Safety Issues

Dow Jumps on Microsoft's Apple News; Cisco, Boeing Fall

Lockheed Martin Corporation Expands Commercial Airport Services Through Acquisition of BEONTRA

Apple Inc. Launches iPad With Retina Display Starting at $399

Yingli Green Energy's Losses Continue to Pile Up

Why Hewlett-Packard Company Shares Popped

Housing Starts Fall 0.2%, but Permits Soar 7.7%

Food Prices Help Push CPI Up 0.1%

Why FutureFuel Corp. Shares Flew

Why Galena Biopharma, Inc. Shares Tumbled

Microsoft Leads the Dow Jones Higher Today on Reports Office is Coming to Apple’s iPad

General Electric Company Licenses Energy Storage Technology

Consortium Including Caesars Gets Preliminary OK for Casino Resort in South Korea

Yellen and Husband: A Tight Economic Partnership

Winter Storms Help Make Nearly One-Third of Jan. Flights Late

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