Friday'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.

Judge Aims to Resolve Apple-Samsung Dispute

Starbucks Introduces $450 Gift Card Made of Steel


Starbucks Promises to Pay More U.K. Tax

Amazon Boosts App Downloads 500%

T-Mobile USA to Expand to Apple Devices Next Year

Healthpoint, DFB to Pay up to $48 Million in Drug Case

Delta Order With Bombardier Worth up to $3.29 Billion

Oil Prices Fall Slightly After Upbeat Jobs Report

Hastings' Use of Facebook to Communicate Raises SEC Questions

Partners Increase Stake in Goldman Sachs

Boehner: No Progress in Fiscal Cliff Talks

Ford Recalls 19,000 Fusions for Headlight Issue

Unemployment Drops to 7.7% for November

LULU Posts Strong Q3 Numbers

Apple's Softer Side Emerges Under CEO Cook

Bundesbank Cuts German Growth Estimate

Yum! Brands Has China Expansion Plans

Greece's Biggest Banks to Join in Bond Buyback

Gazprom Begins Work on Pipeline to Southern Europe

Euro, Pound Fall Against Dollar on U.S. Jobs Report

Goldman to Pay $1.5 Million in Case of Ex-Trader

U.S. Oil, Gas Exploration Rigs Drop This Week

Acadia Healthcare Prices 10.6 Million Shares at $22.50 Each

U.S. Consumer Borrowing Rises to Record $2.75 Trillion

Gold Rises, Grains Fall on Supply Worries

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