Wednesday's Top News Headlines


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Access Midstream to Acquire Chesapeake Assets

Molycorp Names Interim CEO

3 Arrested in LIBOR Probe

Novartis Says New Leukemia Drug Shows Promise

Interactive Brokers Declares Special Dividend

Lazard Declares Special and Accelerated Dividends

Carlyle Hospital Chain Declares Bankruptcy

SEI Investments Declares a Double Dividend

American Airlines Pilots to Join Merger Talks

Baristas Coffee Bids to Buy Tully's Out of Bankruptcy

Air Methods Announces $7-a-Share Special Dividend

Obama and Boehner Talk as Fiscal Cliff Looms

Amazon to Collect Massachusetts Sales Tax Next Year

Ex-MF Global Trader Pleads Guilty to Violations From 2008

November Import Prices Drop 0.9%

China Surpassed U.S. in Patent Filings

Berkshire Hathaway's $1.2 Billion Buyback

Avon Announces 1,500 Layoffs

Fed to Spend $45 Billion a Month to Sustain Bond Purchases

U.S. Considers $647 Million Munitions Sale to Israel

Europe Seeks to Make Progress on Banking Union

Honda Recalls 807,000 Minivans and SUVs

Oil Rises on Fed Stimulus Plan

Petrochina to Buy BHP Stake in Australia LNG Project

Euro Area Industrial Output Falls 1.4% for October

Dollar Sinks After Fed Plans More Bond Purchases

UTC Selling Pratt & Whitney Power Systems Unit to Mitsubishi

Eli Lilly Plans Another Study for Alzheimer's Drug

Boehner: "Serious Differences" Remain in Talks

Prices Up for Gold, Oil, Orange Juice

Boeing Returns Reusable Vehicle to Orbit

Bernanke Says Fiscal Cliff Already Hurting Economy

U.S. Budget Deficit Reaches $172 Billion in November

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