Thursday's Top News Headlines

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Google Launches "Scan and Match" Music Service in the U.S.

THQ Files for Bankruptcy Protection

Focus Media Accepts Bid to Go Private

CB&I Shareholders Approve Shaw Deal

Getco Merging With Knight Capital for $1.4 Billion

Texas Instruments to Cut 517 Jobs in France

Ally Financial Repays $4.5 Billion to FDIC

German Business Optimism Survey Beats Expectations

GM Shifts Some Auto Production to U.S. From Canada

FedEx Quarterly Profit Drops

IMF Urges Full EU Banking Union to Counter Crisis

Jobless Claims Rise 4.9%

IntercontinentalExchange to Buy NYSE Euronext for $8.2 Billion

House GOP Plans Vote on Fiscal Cliff "Plan B"

GDP Up 3.1% for Third Quarter

Oil Prices Drop as Fiscal Cliff Talks Stall

Existing Home Sales Up 5.9% for November

Vertex Updates Incivek Label to Note Fatal Skin Reactions

Dollar Mixed as Traders Await Budget Deal

Best Buy Exec Leaves for Symantec

U.S. Mortgage Rates Rise; Still Near Record Lows

GM Recalls 118,800 Pickups in U.S. for Possible Missing Hood Latch

Measure of Future U.S. Growth Dips 0.2 Percent

Labor Department Urges Talks Over Bahrain Labor Unrest

Silver Drops Nearly 5%, Natural Gas Gains

House GOP Puts Off Vote on "Plan B"


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