Thursday's Top News Headlines

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Morningstar CFO Will Step Down

AIG Declines to Sue U.S. Government

Horizon Air Pilots Ratify 6-Year Contract

SEC Charges 2 KPMG Auditors in TierOne Collapse

SEC Enforcement Chief Heads for the Exits

Report: SEC Opens Inquiry Into Herbalife

Ruby Tuesday Reports Q2 2013 Results

PriceSmart Beats EPS Estimates for Its Q1

ICO: Coffee Prices Continued to Drop in 2012

MGM's Macau Casino Project Approved

Northwest Natural Gas Declares Dividend

Buffett: U.S. Banks Won't Cause Problems for Economy

Cerberus Affiliate Buying 5 SUPERVALU Supermarket Chains, Taking Equity Stake

Jobless Claims Rise 1.1%

Freddie Mac: Employment Gains Push Mortgage Rates Up

Deere Cleared of Allegations of Illegal Payments to Foreign Officials

Bio-Rad Completes AbD Serotec Purchase

FDA Wakes Up to Insomnia Drug Risk

Draghi Says Eurozone Not Past Turning Point Yet

Euro Rises After ECB Keeps Rates Unchanged

In Picking Lew, Obama Turns a Page at Treasury

Obama, GOP Evenly Matched in Debt-Limit Debate

Wholesale Sales Up 2.3%, Beating Inventories for November

Lawmakers Release Documents on Wal-Mart Bribery

Obama Nominates Lew to Lead Treasury

Job Openings, Hires, and Separations Unchanged for November

Ford Doubles Dividend

Gasoline Prices Predicted to Fall in 2013

Oil Rises on China Trade, Natural Gas Gains

Herbalife Defends Itself Against Ackman's Claims

China Trade Report Sends Metals, Oil Higher


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