Tuesday'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.

Amazon Instant Video Now Available on Nintendo Wii

Trina OK'd to Develop 50 MW Chinese Solar Project

Baidu Expands Internationally With French Telecom Orange

Comcast Buys a Stake in Arris

Fitch Cautiously Optimistic Over Euro Debt Crisis

Encana CEO Retires

Francesca's Holdings Lifts Q4 Guidance

FDA OKs Neuralstem Trial Treating Spinal Cord Injuries With Stem Cells

Apple Announces Cellular iPad Availability in China

RadioShack and Target Cancel Mobile Partnership

Oil Slips Below $94 on Debt-Ceiling Concerns

Regulators Outline Fixes for JPMorgan to Make Following London Whale Losses

What's Facebook's Secret? Company Tells All Today

Netflix Signs Deal for Warner Brothers, Turner Broadcasting Content

Northrop Grumman Awarded $9.2 Million Army Contract

Facebook Unveils Social Search Feature

Rio Tinto Posts Record Iron Ore Production for 2012

Retail Sales Up 0.5% for December

Nissan Announces Lower-Priced LEAF

Producer Price Index Falls 0.2% for December

Business Sales Outstrip Inventories for November

Jaguar Land Rover Posts Record Sales for 2012

ConocoPhillips Selling Cedar Creek Assets to Denbury for $1.05 Billion

American Airlines Agents Narrowly Reject Union Bid

Wal-Mart Aims to Hire More Than 100,000 Veterans Over Next 5 Years

Chevron Set to Win Lithuanian Shale Gas License

ADT Declares Quarterly Dividend

Platinum Prices Jump on Plans to Shut Down Mines

U.S. Taps Pension Fund to Avoid Passing Debt Limit

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