Thursday's Top News Headlines

Here are today's top news stories from Check back throughout the day as this list is updated.

Dissent Hits Greek Coalition Before Austerity Vote

Ford's Mulally to Stay as CEO Through at Least 2014

Weekly Jobless Claims Drop Again

Thousands Opting Out of BP Gulf Spill Settlement

GT Advanced Technologies to Reduce Work Force by 25%

Apple's U.K. Apology Not Good Enough

Oil Prices Rise on Supply Constraints in Northeast

Construction Spending Rises

Auto Sales Subdued by Sandy

"The Economist" Endorses Obama

Curtiss-Wright to Buy Williams Controls

Sandy Damage Could Reach $50 Billion

Grains Futures Mixed, Livestock Prices Fall

Copper Rises on Manufacturing Gains in U.S., China

Dollar Up as U.S. Consumer Confidence Rises

Retailers' Gains in October Could Hurt Holidays

BBVA Hit by Real Estate Provisions

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