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.
Acquisition Fuels Earnings Surge at Eaton Corporation, PLC
Suncor Energy Earnings Dip on Lower Canadian Oil Prices
Weak Coal Prices Produce Another Loss at Arch Coal
Sirius XM Didn't Miss on the Bottom Line
Nadella Named Microsoft CEO; Gates Taking on New Role
Internet Companies Release a Bit More About Government Requests for Data
Gasoline Prices Dip Slightly; Diesel Increases $0.05 Per Gallon
NHTSA Investigates Honda Accord Air Bag Issue
2013 Semiconductor Sales Notch All-Time Sales Record
Cisco, Google in Patent Cross-Licensing Deal
Boston Scientific Q4 Income Climbs as Costs Fall
Factory Orders Down 1.5% for December
Nigeria Mulls $20 Billion Trans-Saharan Natural Gas Project
U.S. Oil Shippers Want in on Keystone XL Pipeline
Boeing Ramps Up Production and Toyota Boosts Profit
Sirius XM and Michael Kors Break $1 Billion
Super Bowl XLVIII's Ratings Set New Records at Opportune Time
Solar Financer Sunrun Buys Installer REC Solar
Silicon Valley Economy Sizzles, but Not for Everyone
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