Wednesday'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 .

DISH Counters SoftBank CEO's Attack

New York Times Reports Circulation Gains


Costco Increases Dividend

Year-Over-Year Home Price Gains at 2006 Levels

Pentagon Closes Out April With $2.8 Billion in Contracts

Oil Sinks on China Manufacturing and U.S. Supplies

Booz Allen to Share $65.6 Million Navy Contract

Corinthian Colleges Appoints Leon Panetta to Its Board

Lockheed Selling 18 F-16 Fighter Jets to Iraq

PepsiCo Pulls Mountain Dew Ad After Criticism

Yahoo! Launches Android App

PepsiCo Raises Dividend for 41st Consecutive Year

Around the World, Angry Workers Unite on May Day

Haemonetics Completes Hemerus Medical Acquisition

ECB Weighs Rate Cut as Eurozone Economy Struggles

Duke Joint Venture Takes Stake in Calif. Power Transmission Line

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners to Swallow Copano

J.C. Penney Ad Apologizes to Customers

April Employment Picture Worse Than Analysts Expected

Fed Signals It Could Increase or Decrease Stimulus

Public-Sector Cuts Help Push Construction Spending Down 1.7% for March

DreamWorks Animation Acquiring Teen-Centric YouTube Network

U.S. Oil Inventories Hit Record High

Gold, Silver, Other Metals Prices Fall Sharply

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