Friday's Top News Headlines

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Dow Flat as JPMorgan Takes a $9.2 Billion Charge

Ford Declares Q4 Dividend

Wells Fargo Reports 10th Straight Quarter of Record Income

Shutdown Furloughs Mean Capitol's "Ohio Clock" Stops Ticking

Starbucks Creates Campaign for Customers Frustrated With Government Shutdown

Toyota Wins Calif. Unintended-Acceleration Case

China Auto Sales Surge as Japanese Brands Rebound

JPMorgan Reports First Quarterly Loss Since 2004

France Upholds Ban on Hydraulic Fracturing

Hershey Revives 120-Year-Old Idea for New Candy Brand

Raytheon Wins Potential $1.6 Billion Navy Radar Contract

JPMorgan Cuts Exposure to Short-Term U.S. Debt

Swiss Firm Wins $6 Billion Iraq Oil Refinery Contract

This "Bionic Man" Showcases Artificial Body Parts

Investors Putting Their Money Into Foreign Stocks

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