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Stock Market Today: Coca-Cola Doubles Down on Green Mountain

Tuesday’s Top Health Care Stories: Halozyme, Insys, Pfizer, and AstraZeneca

Encana Corporation's Turnaround Is Underway as Earnings Surge

Obama Reaches out to Industry to Reduce Emissions

Vector Group Ltd Makes Up for Tobacco Weakness With Strong Real Estate Results

China Sales Soar for Jaguar Land Rover

Gas Prices Dip to $3.668 Per Gallon

Airbus Still Lagging Boeing in 2014 Aircraft Orders

Merck Makes Deal Worth at Least $600 Million With Santen

Retail Spending Barely Budged in April

Why magicJack VocalTec Ltd. Plunged Today

S&P 500 Hits 1,900 for the First Time

DIRECTV Needs to Make AT&T Pay Up

Airbus Plane Orders Down in Q1; Profits Up

Valeant Pharma Plans to Improve Its Offer for Allergan

Why Elizabeth Arden, Inc. Shares Plummeted

AT&T, DIRECTV Shares Fall on Merger Reports

BlackBerry Launches New, Less Expensive Smartphone for Indonesia

Import and Export Prices Drop Unexpectedly for April

Why Halozyme Therapeutics Inc. Shares Shot Higher

Why Is Coca-Cola So Hot on Keurig Green Mountain?

Duke Energy Plans to Build 3 Natural Gas Plants in Florida

Winter Weather Led to Record Flight Cancellations

Why FuelCell Energy, Inc.'s Shares Jumped Today

Why Rackspace Hosting, Inc. Shares Rumbled Higher Today

Business Sales Soar; Inventories Expand

Why Keurig Green Mountain Inc Stock Shot Up Today

Why Rockwell Medical Inc. Shares Dipped

Why Idera Pharmaceuticals Inc. Shares Roared Higher

Why Shares of Plug Power Inc Are Supercharged Today

Are Virtual House Calls in Your Health Care Future?

Boeing Drastically Reduces Behind-Schedule Work and General Motors to Introduce 4G Service In Vehicles

Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. Crushes Q4 Estimates, but Shares Fall on Weak Guidance

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