Tuesday's Top News Headlines

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GenCorp Raises Cash for Rocketdyne

Toyota Returns to No. 1 Carmaker Position

Seagate Q2 Net Beats Expectations; Dividend Raised

LodgeNet Files for Chapter 11

CenterPoint Energy Lifts Dividend

Ford, Nissan, Daimler to Cooperate on Fuel Cells

S&P Puts Hasbro on Downgrade Watch

Alcoa in Strategic Partnership With COMAC

Plum Creek Improves Q4 and Full-Year Results

Scotts Miracle-Gro CFO Resigns

Manitowoc Sells Warewashing Biz

Yahoo! Q4 Profit Drops, but Revenue Beats Expectations

41-Year Macy's Veteran Retires; New HR Exec Hired

Oncolytics Presents Promising Phase 1 Data in Colorectal Cancer

American Eagle to Open 1st Mexican Store

Flotek Brings a New CFO In-House

Sterling Construction President, COO, Treasurer Retires

Netgear to Buy Sierra Wireless' AirCard Business

New Head of Warner Bros. Named

VMware Beats on Q4, Will Cut 900 Positions

Bernanke Keeping Foot on Stimulus Pedal

Hostess Set to Announce Bidder for Twinkies

Home Prices Up 0.6% for November

Oil Jumps on Home Price Data; Gasoline Up to $3.36

Apple Adds High-Capacity 128 GB iPad

Netflix Announces $400 Million Debt Offering

Judge OKs $4 Billion BP Oil Spill Criminal Settlement

Microsoft Releases Office 365 Cloud Service

Fed Likely to Stick to Low-Rate Message This Week

S&P Downgrades Frontier Communications

Reid: Replace Automatic Cuts in Short Increments

Consumer Confidence Falls 12.1% for January

Report: High Chip Inventories Worrisome

Euro Jumps to 14-Month High Against the Dollar

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