Thursday's Top News Headlines
Happy Halloween. 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.
Alcatel-Lucent Reports Earnings, Stock Soars On Optimistic Outlook
Exxon Mobil Earnings Fall 18%, But Production Rises
Asset Sales Fuel a Rise in ConocoPhillips' Third-Quarter Earnings
Revenue Jumps 15% at Enterprise Products Partners
Kraft's Earnings Release: What You Need to Know
Halloween, Zombies, and "Walking Dead" Fans in Japan
Chrysler's Net Income Rises 22%
Tesla Opens West Coast Supercharger "Corridor"
MasterCard Charges Ahead With Double-Digit Transaction Volume Growth in Q3
U.S. Sales Growth Helps Teva Top Estimates in Q3
Foreclosures Decrease in September
Boeing Increases 737 Production Rate on Improving Demand
Tesla Expands Battery Supply Contract With Panasonic
Jobless Claims Fall 2.9% as Shutdown Effects Subside
Chicago Economy Soars Past October Expectations
William C. Lowe, Father of IBM Personal Computer, Dies at 72
Michael Kors Holdings Addition to S&P 500 Delayed
Weak Economy Helps Keep Mortgage Rates Low
Shell Prepares Arctic Offshore Exploration Plan
McDonald's to Sell Bagged Coffee Next Year
Dole Food Shareholders Approve Sale to CEO
First Solar's Earnings Jump, Shares Rise
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