Friday'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.
UPS Gets Boost From E-commerce, Sees "Robust" Online Sales Ahead
Procter & Gamble Sees Sales and Earnings Gains Hit By Strong Dollar
Microsoft Blows Out Earnings, Surprising Wall Street
Amazon Beats 3rd-Quarter Sales Estimates, Shares Rise
Medco Integration Issues Mar an Otherwise Solid Q3 for Express Scripts
Amazon Shares Hit All-Time High on Strong Q3
Truckmaker Volvo to Cut 2,000 Jobs
Patent Filing Shows a Samsung Rival to Google Glass
Aircraft Orders Boost Durable Goods Numbers
NHTSA: Tesla Model S Fire Not the Result of Safety Defect
College Price Increases Appear to Be Moderating
Wholesale Sales Up 0.6% as Inventories Expand
United Airlines Fined $1.1 Million for Stranding Passenger in Planes on Tarmac
Container Store Among Several IPOs Set for Next Week
Airbus Touts Its Links With America
FDA Approves GE's Alzheimer's Detection Drug
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