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.

Oil Rises on European Optimism, Drop in U.S. Supplies


Government to Sell Off GM Stake; GM to Buy Back $5.5 Billion

Republic Services Hires New CFO Away From Summit

Dillard's Pays $2 Million to Settle EEOC Complaints

Nielsen Buys Arbitron for $1.26 Billion

Homebuilder Confidence Rises for 8th Straight Month

Gap Plans to Open Stores in Brazil

TheStreet.com and 3 Execs Settle SEC Fraud Charges

S&P Raises Greek Credit Rating

Ireland Rejects Latest Ryanair Bid for Aer Lingus

Oracle Boosts Profit, Beats Expectations for Q2

KBR Lifts Dividend by 60%

iSuppli: Nokia to Cede Top Market Spot for Full-Year 2012

JPMorgan Chase Names New Mortgage Chief

Breakup Fee Outlined for Sprint, Clearwire Deal

Sirius XM Radio Names James E. Meyer Interim CEO

Housing Starts Fall 3% in November

Zuckerberg Donates Facebook Stock Worth Nearly $500 Million

World Bank Releases New Asia Estimates

Jefferies Posts Strong Q4, Full-Year Results

Air Canada Discount Carrier Taking Off in July

Martha Stewart Living CEO to Step Down

Obama: He and Boehner "Pretty Close" to a Deal

Brazil Company Sells Cell Phones With iPhone Brand

Hyundai Recalls 18,000 Velosters

Boehner: Obama Should Support Fiscal Cliff Plan

U.S. Seeks "Balanced" Trade Relationship With China

Kodak to Sell Digital Imaging Patents for $525 Million

Gasoline Drops to $3.23 a Gallon

Cyprus' Parliament Approves Bailout-Driven Budget

Gold, Corn Fall in Trading

Amgen to Pay $762 Million to Settle Marketing Investigations

Euro Jumps to Eight-Month High Against Dollar

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