Thursday'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.

Why You Should Watch Baxter International, Inovio Pharmaceuticals, and Keryx Biopharmaceuticals Today


McDonald's Burns Investors After Reporting Disappointing Earnings Results

Southwest Airlines Co. Reports Record Net Income as Fuel Costs Drop, Fares Rise

Cypress Semiconductor Corporation Reports Slowing Sales, Tighter Cost Controls

AOL Buying Web Personalization Company Gravity for $83 Million

Merck Gets Good News On New Heart Attack Therapy

Morning Dow Report: How China's Hurting the Dow Today

Boeing Reports First Plane-Order Cancellations of 2014

Mortgage Rates Mostly Unchanged

2013 Existing Homes Sales Soared 9.1%

Markit: "Big Freeze" Cools January Manufacturing Growth

Initial Jobless Claims Edge up 0.3%

FHFA: House Price Growth Slowed in November

What's Behind the Dow's 200-Point Bloodbath?

Tesla Motors Once Again Parts Ways With Industry Norms in a Bold Pricing Move

January Storms Lead to Big Spike in Canceled Flights

Oil Supplies Expand for First Time in 2 Months

Why Netflix, Inc. Stock Skyrocketed

Why Herbalife Shares Got Dumped

Why Hercules Offshore, Inc.'s Shares Plunged Today

Intuitive Surgical, Inc. Beats Q4 Earnings Targets

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