Friday's Top News Headlines

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UPS Gets Boost From E-commerce, Sees "Robust" Online Sales Ahead

Procter & Gamble Sees Sales and Earnings Gains Hit By Strong Dollar

Microsoft Blows Out Earnings, Surprising Wall Street

Amazon Beats 3rd-Quarter Sales Estimates, Shares Rise

Medco Integration Issues Mar an Otherwise Solid Q3 for Express Scripts

Amazon Shares Hit All-Time High on Strong Q3

Truckmaker Volvo to Cut 2,000 Jobs

Patent Filing Shows a Samsung Rival to Google Glass

Aircraft Orders Boost Durable Goods Numbers

NHTSA: Tesla Model S Fire Not the Result of Safety Defect

College Price Increases Appear to Be Moderating

Wholesale Sales Up 0.6% as Inventories Expand

United Airlines Fined $1.1 Million for Stranding Passenger in Planes on Tarmac

Container Store Among Several IPOs Set for Next Week

Airbus Touts Its Links With America

FDA Approves GE's Alzheimer's Detection Drug

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