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.
Stock Market Today: Who's Buying Time Warner Cable?
Keep a Close Watch on Geron, Keryx, and Sangamo Today
General Motors' Sales in China Surge 13%
Obama Directs Feds to Double Renewables by 2020
Unemployment Rate Drops to 7%, Its Lowest Level in 5 Years
J.C. Penney Faces SEC Inquiry on Finances
Customer Information of JPMorgan's UCard Hacked
U.S. Consumer Spending Up 0.3% in October
Sears Holdings Officially Files to Spin Off Lands' End
Sears Hometown and Outlet Stores' Q3 Net Income Falls 12%
Teen-Oriented Clothing Stores in a Rut
Barnes & Noble Discloses SEC Investigation; Shares Drop
EU Raids Electronics Companies in Pricing Probe
Natural Gas Prices Up 4% This Week as Cold Weather Moves In
LA Sues Wells Fargo, Citigroup Over Foreclosures in Minority Communities
Oregon Gives Intel a Nike-Like Tax Deal
Auto and Student Loans Drive Increase in Consumer Borrowing
Unilever Pleads Guilty to Pollution, Takes $4.5 Million Hit
Why American Eagle Outfitters Shares Slipped
PNC Settles With Freddie Mac Over Mortgage Claims
Weekend Box Office: 'Frozen' & 'Catching Fire' Set to Duke it Out for Top Spot
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