Wednesday's Top News Headlines

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

Oil Falls as Global Economy Worries Resurface

Sprint to Buy Customers and Spectrum for $480 Million

Greece Readies for Crucial Austerity Vote

AT&T Outlines $14 Billion Upgrade Plan

Fitch Ratings Warns Obama Must Get Deficit Deal

Ericsson to Cut 1,550 Jobs Next Year

Top Democrat Wants Quick Deal on "Fiscal Cliff"

More Student Loans Boost Consumer Credit

Boeing Shakes Up Its Defense Division

Taco Bell to Offer More Sweet Treats

With Another Storm, Airlines Take No Chances

Grains Futures Mostly Rise, Beef Prices Fall

Crude Oil Plunges; Other Commodities Also Weaken

At London Dinner, Merkel Urges UK Support for EU

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