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.

Keep An Eye on Exelixis, Cell Therapeutics, Isis, and Amarin Today

Stock Market Today: "Hunger Games" and "Frozen" Win, Black Friday Disappoints


Apple Beat Google and Amazon on Black Friday

Bank of America and Freddie Mac Finally Make Peace

Amazon's Cyber Monday Drone War

Flying With Smaug: New Zealand Airline Decorates Plane in Honor of "Hobbit" Movie

Online Sales Rise 3% to Hit $20.6 Billion in November

Forest Labs Plans to Cut $500 Million in Costs

Hess Corp. Selling Indonesia Oil Assets for $1.3 Billion

Dow Chemical Separating From Chlorine Operations

Volvo to Test Self-Driving Cars Starting in 2017

Akamai Technologies to Acquire Prolexic for $370 Million

Chevron Restarts Search for Shale Gas in Romania

Bolstered by Public Projects, October Construction Spending Rises to Highest Level Since 2009

Ford Recalls Escape for the 7th Time and General Motors' Sales Dip in India

Consumer Spending Up in November

Hilton Worldwide Expects $18 to $21 per Share From IPO

Ameren, Dynegy Close Deal on 5 Ill. Coal Plants

Cognizant Plans to Add 10,000 American Jobs Over 3 Years

Americans Click and Spend on Cyber Monday

Saab Is Back: First Cars Produced Under New Owners

Brazil Signs Agreement With Oil Consortium

Comcast Testing More Ads During on-Demand Shows

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