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: UPS and Target Face Holiday Shopping Fallout

Why You Should Watch Ariad and Supernus Today


Initial Jobless Claims Drop 11% in Latest Week of Volatile Holiday Season

Ousted Ray Irani to Get Benefits from Occidental for Life

Hi-Tech Pharmacal in $25 Million Medicaid Settlement

China Estimates 2013 Growth Slowed to 7.6%

Morning Dow Report: Why Home Depot, Nike, and Visa Brought a Santa Claus Rally Today

Top Business Story in 2013: Booming Stock Markets

Shell Chemical Keeps Pa. Site on List for Petrochemical Plant

Mortgage Rates Shrug Off Prospect of Fed Taper

Barclays Fined $3.75 Million for Improper Record Keeping

McDonald's Shuts Down McResource Employee Website

BlackBerry Founder Sells, as FedEx and UPS Flubbed on Deadline

ExxonMobil Leading the Dow to a Historic High

Websites Try to Keep Comments in Line

Delta to Honor Mistakenly Cheap Fares

Rising Treasury Rate Hurts Bank Stocks Today

Crude Oil Prices Edge Further Above $99

Online Shopping Grows, With Some Growing Pains

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