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.

Bayer-Teva Animal Deal Clears FTC

California Sues Phillips 66 and ConocoPhillips


Digital River Sells Online Checkout Business

Boeing Backlog Booms in 2012

General Electric Wins $138.3 Million in Military Engine Work

Starbucks to Open First Shop in Vietnam

Coinstar CEO to Retire

Progress Software Triples Net Profit in 4Q

Oil Slips on Stimulus Concerns

U.S. Crude Oil Supplies Drop by 11.1 Million Barrels

Unemployment Stays at 7.8% for December

Factory Orders Flat for November

"McDreamy" Says He Beat Starbucks for Coffee Chain

Services Sector Up 1.4% for December

China Fines Display Makers for Price Fixing

AMR CEO Says Merger Decision Coming Soon

Dollar Trades Mixed After U.S. Jobs Report

SAIC Wins Pentagon Contract That Could Reach $667.4 Million

Pentagon Awards Transportation Contract Worth up to $694 Million

GM Recalls 55,000 Trucks and SUVs in U.S.

Wal-Mart Names Chief Exec of New Formats for International Division

Lawyer: No Charges for Ex-Berkshire Hathaway Exec

Discovery Labs CFO Becomes CEO

New Search Engine Tailors Its Results for Tablets

A&E Content Coming to Amazon Prime Instant Video

Senators Ask Whether Coal Exports Skirt Royalties

Gold Sinks Again, Extends Losing Streak

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