Tuesday's Top News Headlines

Here are today's top news stories from Fool.com. Check back throughout the day as this list is updated.

Hewlett-Packard Writes Off $8.8 Billion, Alleging Fraud

Green Mountain Coffee Snags Its New CEO From Coke

Disney to Close Online Movie Store

Oil Falls as U.S. Prepares to Push Mideast Peace

Dollar Mixed Against Major Currencies

Housing Starts Rise 3.6% in October

Hertz Completes $2.3 Billion Purchase of Dollar Thrifty

New Ford Fiesta to Feature a 3-Cylinder Engine

Bernanke Warns Congress to Avoid Fiscal Cliff

Icahn Now Owns Nearly 9% of Chesapeake Stock

UBS "Rogue" Trader Kweku Adoboli Sentenced to 7 Years in Prison

As Europe Plots Closer Ties, Britain Mulls Split

JPMorgan Names Consumer & Community Banking Exec to CFO Role

Municipal Strikes Sweep Greece

Report: MySpace Investors to Seek Additional Funding

Orange Juice Futures Surge on Florida Winter Forecast

Archstone Seeks to Raise $3.45 Billion in REIT IPO

Chevron Says New York Official Abused Shareholder Power

Bayer Drops Out of Bidding for Schiff Nutrition

New York Sues Credit Suisse Over Mortgage Securities

Celanese COO to Retire in March

Bewkes to Remain Time Warner CEO Through 2017

Ex-Hedge Fund Trader Charged in $276 Million Insider Ploy

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