Wednesday'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.
Netflix Experiences Outage, Blames Amazon
"The Hobbit" Declines, But It's Still the Box Office Leader
Oil Rises on Housing Data, Fiscal Cliff Talks
U.S. Economy Could Handle Short Fall Over Fiscal Cliff
Bristol-Myers and Pfizer Gain Japanese Approval for Eliquis
Shoppers Disappoint Retailers This Holiday Season
Cliff Looms: Kicking the Can, Washington-Style
Toyota Unveils 2013 Production, Sales Estimates
Home Prices Rise 4.3% in October
Medifast's Acting CFO Resigns After a Month on the Job
Gold Creeps Higher, Wheat Prices Drop
Dollar Jumps to 2-Year High Against Yen
Honda Expands FourTrax ATV Recall
Starbucks Employees to Weigh In on Fiscal Cliff
Treasury to Take Steps to Avoid Borrowing Limit
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