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.

Goldman Reinstates Buy Rating on General Motors

Covidien to Buy CV Ingenuity

McKesson's PSS World Medical Acquisition Still on Track

Duke Energy Buys Chilean Hydro Power Company

Marvell to Pay $1.1 Billion in Patent Case

Toyota in $1.1 Billion Lawsuit Settlement

SBA Communications Launches Brazil Operations, Acquires 800 Towers

IDC: Global Semi Revenues to Grow 4.9% in 2013

Becton Dickinson Buys Safety Syringes

Nation Is Heading Over Fiscal Cliff, Reid Says

Obama Calls Congressional Leaders to Discuss Fiscal Cliff

Jobless Claims Fall 3.3%

No Agreement in Sight as Deadline for Fiscal Deal Nears

Sinopec, ConocoPhillips Team Up in Shale Gas Development

Apple Reveals CEO Tim Cook's Compensation

Oil Falls With Consumer Confidence, Budget Impasse

FINRA Fines 5 Banks $4.5 Million Over Fees

New Home Sales Rise 4.4% for November

One Big Hop for SpaceX

Chevron's CEO: Affordable Energy Is Crucial

Mortgage Rates Finish Year Near Record Lows

Dollar Continues to Rise Against the Yen

W.W. Grainger to Pay $70 Million to Settle Dispute With Government

Consumer Confidence Drops

Obama Back From Hawaii; Congress Bickers on Cliff

Gold Edges Higher on Fiscal Cliff Fears


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