Friday's Top News Headlines

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

Delta Says Sandy Cut Revenue by $45 Million

Maine Company Sues Microsoft Over Windows 8 Element

Oil Falls Back After U.S. Jobs Data

Chesapeake Energy to Refinance $2 Billion in Debt

Greek Labor Protests Restart With Subway Strike

Shareholders Sue Hershey Over Child Labor Complaint

Hyundai, Kia Overstated Gas Mileage

iPad Mini Crowds Not Blockbuster

Merck Settles Vioxx Lawsuit

Hartford Offering Some Annuity Holders Buyouts

Grains Futures Fall, Beef Prices Rise

SUPERVALU Subsidiary to Lay Off 700

Corporations Just Beginning to Tally Sandy's Costs

Dollar Rises to 1-Month High Against Euro on Jobs Report

IDC: Android on 75 Percent of Smartphones in Q3

Canada's Unemployment Rate Stays at 7.4%

Berkshire Hathaway to Buy Novelty Company

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