Wednesday's Top News Headlines

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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.

Young Innovations to Be Taken Private for $314 Million

Acadia Healthcare Announces 9.6 Million-Share Offering


Reports: Pfizer Laying Off U.S. Sales Staff

Pentagon Awards $900 Million Space-Launch Contract

Labor Productivity Up 2.9%, Costs Down 1.9%

Citigroup Cutting 11,000 Positions

New Factory Orders Up 0.8% in October

Oil Down With Cushing Inventory Nearly Flat

WhiteHorse Finance Raises $100 Million in IPO

ExxonMobil CEO Gets 6% Salary Bump

TIBCO Expects Q4 Earnings Miss

Pandora Boosts Revenue 60%

Ireland Imposes Sixth Straight Austerity Budget

ISM: Service Sector Activity Increases

Nasdaq Says Human Error Delays IPO

Cash Pulled From Stock Funds for 19th Straight Week

Pentagon Planning for Budget Cuts Ahead of Fiscal Cliff

Gold and Oil Fall, Other Commodities Rise on Economic Reports

Darden Restaurants to Hold Off on Worker Changes

Senate to Take Up Bill Normalizing Russia Trade

Poll Shows Support for Raising Taxes on the Rich

Dollar Rises as U.S. Services Expand


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