Monday's Top News Headlines


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Spanish Workers Protest Against Health Privatization

Apple's App Store Hits 40 Billion Downloads

Eli Lilly Provides 2013 Guidance

Macy's Same-Store Sales Up, 6 Outlets to Close

JPM Unit Sued by Credit Union Regulator

Finish Line Posts Quarterly Loss, Cuts Guidance

Kilar to Quit as CEO of Hulu

ExxonMobil Announces $14 Billion Hebron Oil Project

Mosaic 2Q 2013 Revenue Down, Profit Up

NVIDIA Unveils New Mobile Processor

Oshkosh Eliminates "Poison Pill"

Citigroup Names Forese and Medina-Mora as Co-Presidents

Equity Residential Selling $1.5 Billion Worth of Assets to Goldman Sachs Joint Venture

Google's Chairman Arrives in North Korea

NVIDIA to Enter Portable Gaming With Project Shield

Gas Prices Staying Lower in Beginning of 2013

Stores' Holiday Hiring Was Highest in 6 Years

Judge Sets Hearing Date for Transocean Settlement

New Lego Robots Kit Talks to iPhones

Eli Lilly and Partner Show Positive Diabetes Data in 4 Trials

Auxilium Moves Forward on Potential Anti-Cellulite Treatment

JK Imaging Signs Licensing Deal With Kodak

Government to Require Electric Cars to Make Noise

Mortgage Companies Agree to $8.5 Billion Settlement With Government

Netflix Licenses 8 Warner Bros. TV Series for Streaming

Sanofi Buys Rolaids, Plans Product Relaunch in 2013

Euro Rises Ahead of ECB Meeting

Shutterfly Acquires Cloud-Based Photo and Video Organizer ThisLife

Bank of America Settles Fannie Mae Dispute for $10.35 Billion

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