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.

Target Closes Sale of Credit Card Portfolio

Dell Unveils New All-in-One Device

Mondelez Declares Dividend, Authorizes Share Buybacks

Google to Close Google Reader & 7 Other Products

Sandridge Settles With TPG-Axon to Avoid Proxy Battle

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters to Cut Jobs

One Liberty Properties Keeps Dividend Steady

Alico May Sell Itself

W.R. Grace Cancels Rare-Earths Surcharges

J&J Subsidiary Cordis Buys Flexible Stenting Solutions

Obama Says Keystone Pipeline Not Major Jobs Creator

Volkswagen CEO Cites Europe as Challenge

H&R Block Continues Lawsuit Against Intuit Over Commercials

Windows 8 Gets New Twitter App

Report: Yahoo! Loses Mail and Messenger Chief

MetroPCS Merger Opposition Questions Chairman's Stock Selling

Philippines Opening $1 Billion Casino-Resort This Weekend

Fixed Mortgage Rates Spike Higher

Honda Recalling Nearly 250,000 Vehicles

Comcast, Networks Collaborate on TV Binge Week

Natural Gas Up 3% as Supplies Drop

Jobless Claims Hit 5-Year Low

Anschutz Says Sports Company AEG Is No Longer for Sale

Lower House Clears Kuroda to Head Bank of Japan

Hostess Picks McKee as Buyer for Drake's Cakes

Buffett's Compensation Declines 14%

Eni SpA Sells Mozambique Stake to China National Petroleum Corp.

Senate Probe Finds JPMorgan Hid Trading Risks

United Technologies Scores Big With Embraer Deals

Dynegy Buying 5 Coal Power Plants From Ameren

Boeing Lands Big 777 Sales

Kirk Kerkorian Wants to Increase Stake in MGM Resorts



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