Friday's Top News Headlines

Here are today's top news headlines from  Fool.com . Check back throughout the day as this list is updated, and follow us on Twitter at  TMFBreaking .

Flowers Wins Hostess Bid

AOL Hires from Board for Brand Portfolio


Sears Loss Narrows in Q4 and Fiscal 2012

Herbalife Adds Two Icahn Reps to Board

Facebook Buying Atlas Advertising Business From Microsoft

StubHub Adds Nebraska Cornhuskers to Fan-to-Fan Marketplace

Group 1 Auto Sees More Than $1 Million Charge for Hail Damage

Ahead of Sequester, Lockheed Locks Down $334 Million F-35 Contract

Pentagon Buys $27 Million Worth of Warbots Ahead of Sequester Date

$98 Million in Pentagon Contracts Announced Night Before Sequester

eBay's GSI Commerce Locks Down 4-Year Deal With Retailer Mexx Canada

Automakers Report Sales Growth in February

Tredegar Increases Quarterly Dividend 16.7%

Oil Falls on U.S., China Demand Worries

American Water Works Subsidiary Expands Wastewater Services in Missouri

Huntsman Prices Additional $250 Million Offering at 4.875%

McDonald's Cuts Menu Items

Boehner After Meeting With Obama: Higher Taxes Won't Fly

Sony Completes Real Estate Sale for $1.2 Billion

SEC Steps Up Scrutiny of Chesapeake, McClendon

Consumer Spending Up 0.2%

Construction Spending Drops 2.1%

Antitrust Lawsuit Against Railroads Dismissed

Schulze's Best Buy Buyout Deadline Passes

Einhorn Drops Apple Lawsuit

Copper, Gold Fall; Silver Edges Up

Rig Count Drops by 4 This Week

Judge Halves Samsung Payment to Apple

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