Tuesday's Top News Headlines

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Boehner to Pursue "Plan B" in Fiscal Cliff Talks

Boeing Raises Dividend, Relaunches Buybacks

Massachusetts Fines Morgan Stanley Over Facebook Issue

eMarketer: Mobile Ad Spending to Grow 180% in 2012

Bio-Rad to Buy Germany's AbD Serotec for $70 Million

Staples COO Resigns, CEO Steps Up

Elliott Management Offers to Buy Compuware for $2.3 Billion

Imagination Technologies Outbids CEVA for MIPS Technologies

Lexicon Pharmaceuticals IBS Drug Gets on FDA Fast Track

Enzon Pharmaceuticals Considers Sale of Assets, Company

ARM Holdings Launches Mobile Security Joint Venture

Swedish Central Bank Cuts Key Rate

Reid: Boehner Fiscal Cliff Plan Can't Pass Senate

American Railcar Industries in Buyout Bid for Greenbrier

Greece Raises 1.3 Billion Euros in T-Bill Sale

Dick's Sporting Goods Suspends Rifle Sales

Cerberus to Sell Gunmaker Freedom Group After Conn. Tragedy

Facebook Rejects German Demand to Allow Fake Names

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Shakes Up Its Board

White House Defends Offer as "Good Faith Effort"

NHTSA Fines Toyota Record $17.35 Million for Tardy Safety Hazard Report

Opaque Instagram Ad Policy Change Riles Users

ConocoPhillips Selling Algerian Unit for $1.75 Billion

Oil Rises on Continued U.S. Budget Deal Optimism

Current Account Trade Deficit Falls 9% For Q3

Gold Falls as U.S. Budget Talks Continue

Euro Hits 7-Month High Against Dollar on Budget  Hopes


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