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Tuesday's Top News Headlines

By Motley Fool Staff – Mar 25, 2014 at 10:08AM

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Stock Market Today: Why Walgreen and McCormick are on the Move

Today's Top Biotech Stories: Halozyme, Exelixis, and VIVUS

Walgreen Second-Quarter Profit Falls Short

Chevron Seeks $32.3M in Legal Fees Over Ecuador

Gas Price Edges Up to $3.549 per Gallon

Disney's $1 Billion Online Video Bet: What Investors Need to Know

Home Prices Slow to 13.2% Annual Growth for January

Tuesday's Top Upgrades (and Downgrades)

Two Tech Stocks Are Surging

Why Coal Stocks Slumped This Morning

Google Glass Adds Luxottica Group SpA Style

New Home Sales Fall 3.3% for February

Consumer Confidence Soars for March

Dow Jones Oil Stocks Up Today as Houston Channel to Reopen

Why Himax Technologies, Inc. Tanked on Tuesday

Why Galectin Therapeutics, Inc. Shares Soared

Kohl's Chief Merchandising Officer Resigns

Why is International Business Machines Corporation Soaring Today?

Adam McKay to Direct Movie Based on Michael Lewis' "The Big Short"

Southwest Airlines Co. Reveals Its Washington, D.C., Plans

Consumer Confidence Rises and Ford Motor Company Showcases Everest SUV

Yellen Praises Women's Contributions to Economy

New Home Sales Fall in February: Blame the Weather or Rising Rates?

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