Thursday's Top News Headlines

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Dow Futures Leap as Microsoft Rushes to Find a New CEO

Toyota Cuts Price of Prius Plug-In Hybrid by $2,000

Apple iPhone 5c, 5s Headed to More Than 50 Countries

Jobless Claims Jump 21% on Government Shutdown and Calif. Computer Issues

Shutdown Puts Federal Auto Recalls on Hold

Retailers Report Modest Sept. Sales Gains

China Tops U.S. as Biggest Oil Importer

Jaguar, Land Rover Sales Speed Ahead in China

Report: Growth in Home Prices Slowing

40% of Americans Say Rollout of Obamacare Exchanges Hasn't Gone Well

Peabody Reaches $310 Million Settlement as Patriot Coal Works to Emerge From Bankruptcy Protection

Mortgage Rates Stay Steady

Chrysler Spending $1.2 Billion on Mexico Facilities

Central Banks in Europe, China to Provide Each Other's Currency

Dutch Company Wins $30 Million Contract to Move Costa Concordia Wreckage

Google: EU Privacy Spat Will "Play Itself Out"

Ford Board Meeting Ends With No Word on Mulally & Microsoft

BlackBerry Co-Founders Explore Buying Company

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