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.
Falcone to Be Barred From Hedge Fund Industry in SEC Settlement
InterOil Still Talking With ExxonMobil in Papua New Guinea
Pentagon Awards $615 Million in Contracts
Dow Futures Rise as Home Depot Nails Earnings
Carl Icahn Raises Chesapeake Energy Stake to 9.98%
Unions, Retirees Among Those Opposing Detroit Bankruptcy Filing
Ally Financial to Pay Government $5.2 Billion to Buy Back Preferred Stock
Versace Plans Luxury Hotel in Macau Casino-Resort
Hyundai Labor Union to Strike for 4 Hours This Week
Nuance Adopts "Poison Pill" Provisions
First Solar Signs Power Supply Contract With Calif. City
Home Depot Beats Estimates, Shares Stay Steady
KKR Jumps Into the Maritime Finance Waters
"Breakthrough Therapy" Status Could Hasten Novartis Drug Review
Allegiant Adds 18 Nonstop, Low-Cost Routes
J.C. Penney Reports 12% Drop in Sales
Barnes & Noble Falls Apart at the Core
Netflix Signs Up With The Weinstein Co.
Watchdog: Beware of Marijuana Stock Scammers
Judge OKs Kodak Plan to Exit Bankruptcy
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