Monday'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.

Flowers Foods to Acquire Hostess Assets

Walgreen Declares Quarterly Dividend

EPA Cites Shell for Arctic Air Pollution

J&J's Prostate Cancer Drug Zytiga Approved for Earlier Use in EU

"Zero Dark Thirty" Tops Weekend Box Office

Websense Names New CEO

Ukraine Reportedly Seeking $15 Billion IMF Loan

Report: Apple Cutting Back iPhone Component Orders

Coca-Cola to Address Obesity for First Time in Ads

UPS Expects to Abandon $7 Billion TNT Takeover Bid

Obama Demands Quick Action to Raise Debt Limit

Level 3 Communications Inks NATO Deal

Oil Down Slightly; Traders Await U.S. Reports

Euro Jumps to 10-Month High Versus Dollar

S&P: Outlook Steady on Sprint and Clearwire

PayPal Tops Target With 23 National Retailers on Board

Samsung Reaches 100 Million Milestone With Galaxy S Series

Swatch to Buy Harry Winston Jewelry Business in $1 Billion Deal

SAIC, CACI Part of Defense Department Contract Worth Up to $899 Million

Garmin Launches Dog Training Collars

Hitting the Debt Limit: What Bills Would Be Paid?

Greece Bundles Bailout Terms Into Emergency Bill

Fund Investors Exit Stock Funds for Sixth Year in a Row

DryShips Gets Rid of 2 Unfinished Ships

Toyota Retakes Global Auto Sales Crown From GM

Embraer Delivered 205 Jets in 2012

Metals, Grain Prices Higher in Trading


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