Tuesday's Top News Headlines


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Marathon Oil COO Roberts Resigns

Kodak Reportedly Receives $500 Million Patent Bid From Apple, Google

Verizon Shifts Pension Obligations to Prudential

ThyssenKrupp Takes $4.65 Billion Charge, Will Pay No Dividend

Treasury Plots Final Exit From AIG

Limited Brands Declares $3-Per-Share Special Dividend

TD AMERITRADE Declares Special Dividend

AMC Networks Plans Offering of $600 Million in Notes

U.S. Treasury to Auction M&T Bank Warrants

James Bond Returns to No. 1 at the Box Office

Bush Treasury Official to Head IIF

HSBC to Pay Record Settlement to Department of Justice

Oil Up Slightly Ahead of Fed Meeting

Report: $700,000 of Gold Dust Missing From Pfizer Lab

Senate GOP Leader Calls on Democrats to Explain Cuts

Trade Deficit Increases 4.7% for October

WebMD to Eliminate 250 Jobs in Cost-Cutting Push

Delta Wants to Buy 49% Stake in Virgin Atlantic Airways

Democrats: Don't Cut Medicaid in Fiscal Cliff Deal

Generac Completes $46.5 Million Purchase of Ottomotores

Boehner Says Obama Is Slow-Walking Cliff Talks

Eurozone Finance Ministers Debate Greek Buyback

Rio Tinto to Receive $373 Million for South African Copper Stake

Seattle Genetics Readies Phase III Trial for Adcetris

Job Openings, Labor Turnover Little Changed in October

Yahoo! Revamps Email in Bid to Catch Up With Gmail

Wholesale Sales Drop, Inventories Rise for October

As Fiscal Cliff Looms, Voter Angst Is Palpable

PetSmart Accelerates Dividend Payout

Barry Diller Sells TripAdvisor Shares to Liberty Interactive

Gold, Wheat Prices Fall in Trading

Nasdaq Cites Stein Mart for Failure to File 10-Q on Time

Trio to Pay More Than $24.3 Million to Settle FTC Charges

Euro Rises Against Dollar on Stronger German Data

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