Thursday's Top News Headlines

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Stock Market Today: JPMorgan's Record Fine, Lululemon's Dreary Outlook

Keep an Eye on AstraZeneca, Avanir, Bristol-Myers Squibb and VIVUS Today

Eli Lilly Sees Generic Competition for Cymbalta (x6)

Hewlett-Packard Joins the Platform Parade

Exxon, Shell, and Valero Split $3.28 Billion in Pentagon Fuel Contracts

Lululemon Quarterly Earnings: A Mixed Bag

Hovnanian Delivers More Homes and Higher Earnings

Delta Gears up to Return More Cash to Investors

Airlines Forecast Record Profits, Dropping Margins

Scorpio Bulkers Boosts IPO Shares, Price

Identity Theft = $24.7 Billion in Financial Losses Last Year

Revived American Airlines Goes on a 90-Jet Buying Spree

Exxon: World Energy Demand to Grow 35% by 2040

Initial Jobless Claims Jump 23% as Holiday Season Weighs

Holiday Shopping Helps Send November Retail Sales Up 0.7%

Mortgage Rates Little Changed

Imports Are Cheaper and Exports More Expensive for November

Business Sales up 0.5% as Inventories Expand 0.7%

General Motors Ditches 7% Stake in PSA and Ford Eyes Consumer Trends In 2014

U.S. Cars and Trucks Notch Record Gas Mileage in 2012

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