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 .

Amazon Kindle Exclusively Publishes Stephen King

Compuware Counters Elliott's Offer With Dividend, Improved Profits


Pentagon Awards Contract to Upgrade Navy's T-44s

Pentagon Awards Cubic $298.5 Million in Littoral Combat Ship Work

Paramount's "Hansel And Gretel" Tops Weekend Box Office

Elbit Systems Wins $35 Million Israeli Defense Contract

Amgen's Neulasta Succeeds in Phase 3 Cancer Trial

GVK Biosciences, Endo Pharmaceuticals Enter Collaboration

Iceland Wins Case Over Failed Bank Deposits

Durable Goods Orders up 4.6% for December

Shell and Kinder Morgan to Export LNG From the U.S.

Pending Home Sales Slump 4.3% for December

Sanofi Moves Closer to Multiple Sclerosis Drug Approval

Hess Selling Terminal Network, Exiting Refining Business

Dollar Rises After Mixed U.S. Economic Data

Economists Growing More Upbeat About Year Ahead

They're Back: J.C. Penney Adds Sales

Apple Updates iPhone, iPad Software

Report: Treasury OK'd Raises at Bailed-Out Firms

Crucial, Long-Overdue BlackBerry Makeover Arrives

Norfolk Southern to Spend $2 Billion on Capital Projects in 2013

Oil Slightly Higher After Mixed Economic Reports

Mohawk Will Buy Spano Invest

Gold Sinks as Traders Unwind Options Contracts

Hostess Picks Little Debbie Maker for Drake's

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