Thursday's Top News Headlines
Here are today's top news headlines from Fool.com. Check back throughout the day as this list is updated, and follow us on Twitter at TMFBreaking.
Sarepta to Float New Stock Issue
Pfizer to Pay $55 Million in Drug Misbranding Case
J&J Seeks Approval of Combination Diabetes Pill
Juniper to Acquire Contrail Systems
GrainCorp Rejects Improved ADM Buyout Offer
Caterpillar Accelerates Dividend Payout
Oil Slips on Impasse in U.S. Budget Talks
Apple, E-Book Publishers, EU Find Competition Deal
Google Maps Returns to the iPhone
Survey: Samsung and Apple Have Largest Gains in Brand Preference
Legg Mason to Accelerate Quarterly Dividend
EU Backs Banking Supervisor, Greece Bailout
Boehner: Obama Resists Curbing Federal Spending
Top Central Banks Extend Dollar-Lending Program
Business Inventories Outstrip Sales
NASDAQ to Buy Thomson Reuters Units
Obama: Fiscal Cliff Deal Is "Work in Progress"
Sprint Offers $2.1 Billion for the Rest of Clearwire
S&P Puts Britain's AAA Rating on Negative Watch
Dollar Flat Against Euro After Fed Announcement
Retail Sales Up 0.3% for November
Producer Price Index for Finished Goods Falls 0.8%
UK Rescinds Ban on Exploratory Fracking
Lattice Semiconductor Trims Q4 Guidance
Phillips 66 to Form Master Limited Partnership
Union: CEO Makes Case for Independent American Airlines
Gold Falls on Uncertainty Over U.S. Budget Talks
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