Friday'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 .

SeaWorld Files for IPO

Amazon Ties Record High in Holiday eRetail Survey


Vale to Sell Stake in Oil Asset

Smith & Wesson Expands Buyback Plans by $15 Million

Boeing Finalizes Dreamliner Order

R.R. Donnelley COO John Paloian to Retire

Raytheon Wins Defense Contracts

Pending Home Sales Rise for Third Straight Month

Ford to Invest $773 Million in Michigan Facilities

Strike Averted, For Now, at East Coast Ports

Matson to Acquire Reef Shipping South Pacific Assets

Trains Playing Major Role in Plains Oil Boom

Oil Down Slightly as Fiscal-Cliff Talks Continue

Department of Justice Investigating HP-Autonomy Matter

White House Meeting a Last Try for a Fiscal Deal

SEC Charges Analyst With Insider Trading

Dollar Rises Versus Euro as Traders Watch Budget Talks

Synchronoss Buys NewBay Fom Research In Motion for $55.5 Million

Woodward Buys "Duarte" Unit From GE Aviation

HomeStreet Subsidiary Free From Agreement With Regulators

Pearson to Invest $89.5 Million in NOOK Media

U.S. Oil, Gas Exploration Rigs Drop by 11 This Week

Metals, Oil Follow Stocks Down as Fiscal Cliff Approaches

Source: Obama Not Making New Cliff Offer

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