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.

Atari U.S. Files for Chapter 11

HSBC to Pay $249 Million to Settle Foreclosure-Abuse Case

U.S. Army to Spend $100 Million on Pants

Goldman Sachs Subsidiary Wins $22.6 Million Iraq Contract

FDA Holds Up Impax Parkinson's Drug Approval Bid

"Mama" Rules the Box Office

Novartis Scores EU Approval for Meningitis Vaccine

Eurogroup Elects Netherlands Finance Minister as President

ManTech Wins Counterterror Contract Worth up to $33.5 Million

Cyprus Insists Against Privatizations in Bailout

OM Group to Exit Advanced Materials Business

White House: Obama Wouldn't Block GOP Debt Bill

Oil Rises Above $96; U.S. Pump Prices Average $3.31

Existing Home Sales Fall 1% for December

Wal-Mart Warns Suppliers on Stricter Measures

Reports: Microsoft May Invest in Dell Buyout

EU OKs Novo Nordisk Diabetes Drugs

Chevron to Explore for Oil off Morocco

Obama Stands His Ground on Fiscal Debates

CEOs Head to Davos More Pessimistic About 2013

North American Palladium Picks New CFO

Microsoft Announces Official Date for Surface Pro Availability

Rayonier Selling Wood Products Division for $80 Million

Aetna Selling Missouri Medicaid Business to WellCare

Dollar Falls Against Yen

Groupon Halts Gun-Related Deals

Can Apple Maintain Its Shine?

Wheat Falls; Rain Heads to Drought-Stricken Kansas

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