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.

Pre-Halloween Horror Movie 'Carrie' Disappoints at Weekend Box Office

Government Investigates Hyundai Brake Problems


McDonald's Q3 Earnings Fail to Impress

Tellabs to Be Acquired for $891 Million

Internet Companies Face Tougher Privacy Regulations in EU

U.K. Teams With China to Build Nuclear Power Plant

AT&T and Crown Castle Enter $4.85 Billion Cellular Tower Deal

WebMD Buying Back Rest of Carl Icahn's Stake for $177 Million

Ultra Petroleum Inks $650 Million Oil Field Deal

Target Tries to Pick the Toys Your Kids Will Want Most

Existing Homes Sales Fall 1.9% for September

FedEx Express Launches Flat-Rate Shipping

Why Apple Shares Climbed Today

Crude Oil Supplies up 1.1% for Fourth Week of Expansion

New iPads Likely to Star in Apple Event Tomorrow

Netflix Soars After Hours as Third-Quarter Earnings Beat Expectations

Survey: U.S. Economists Upbeat on Economic Growth

Greenspan: "I Thought Our Record Was Fairly Good"

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