Thursday'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: Will Twitter Soar?

Transocean Rides Deepwater Rigs to Profit Growth


Whole Foods Announces 20% Dividend Increase on 16% EPS Growth

Busy NYSE Morning With Twitter IPO

Stratasys Beats Estimates on 39% Revenue Growth

FDA to Ban Artery-Clogging Trans Fats

At a Glance: A Glossary of Twitter Terms

Twitter Surges in Opening Trading on NYSE

Indigo Going Ahead With Frontier Airlines Purchase Despite Lack of Union Deal

Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Post Strong Earnings for Q3

Tesla: Accident Caused Third Model S Fire

Fixed Mortgage Rates Resume Rising

Disney and Netflix Team Up for Exclusive Marvel Series

Facebook to Establish Engineering Team in Boston

Initial Jobless Claims Fall 2.6% as Shutdown Effects Subside

Q3 GDP Growth Exceeds Expectations at 2.8%

Toll Brothers Buying Shapell Homebuilding Unit for $1.6 Billion

Nestle Sells Most of Jenny Craig Business

Costco Reports $8.2 Billion in October Sales

Westar to Purchase Energy From Okla. Wind Farm

Royal Bank of Scotland to Pay $154 Million to Settle SEC Probe

Patriot Coal Eyes Emerging From Bankruptcy by Year's End

6.6 Million Government Workdays Lost During Shutdown

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