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Why the Eurozone May Need to Sacrifice Greece to Save Spain
Alexis Tsipras has been prime minister of Greece for only 48 hours and has done little to back his claim of wanting to keep his country in the eurozone.
EU parliament president to meet with new Greek government  Washington Post
Lies, damned lies and Greece's debt default  MarketWatch
Ford Profit Falls Less Than Estimated on Slowed Pickup Output
(Bloomberg) -- Ford Motor Co., rolling out a new aluminum version of its F-150 pickup, said fourth-quarter profit fell 98 percent as it restricted production of its top-selling truck and was battered by losses in Europe and South America.
Ford Motor profit beats street, maintains 2015 profit forecast  Reuters
Ford Earnings Down on North America Ops, Venezuela Charge  Wall Street Journal
Sandberg Hints At Facebook's Payments Intentions
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's plans for his social network are clear: �We're making progress towards connecting the world,� he wrote in prepared remarks in the company's fourth-quarters earnings release.
Facebook's Quarterly Profit surges 33.8%  Uncover California
Facebook Inc (FB) Revenue Surged 31%; User Growth Remained Flat  Benchmark Monitor
McDonald's Promotes Easterbrook to Supersize U.K Success
(Bloomberg) -- McDonald's Corp., tapping Steve Easterbrook as its next chief executive, is betting the U.K. native can do again what he did in his home country for the world's largest restaurant chain -- this time on a much bigger scale.
McDonald's CEO steps down  MarketWatch
How McDonald's got all shook up by Shake Shack  Washington Post
German yields dip on Fed rate hike doubts, Greek worries
(Updates prices, adds comment). By John Geddie and Marius Zaharia. LONDON Jan 29 (Reuters) - German bond yields fell on Thursday as worries over Greece's new anti-bailout government buoyed demand for top-rated assets from investors, who were ...
Europe lower; oil, Fed weighs; Shell down 3%  CNBC
European Stocks Subdued On Greek Worries  Nasdaq
Time Warner Cable quarterly revenue rises 3.8 percent
(Reuters) - Time Warner Cable Inc (TWC.N), the second-largest U.S. cable TV operator, reported a 3.8 percent rise in revenue as it lost fewer residential video customers.
Time Warner Cable gains subscribers; results miss  MarketWatch
Time Warner Cable Misses Estimates as Pay-TV Customers Decline  Bloomberg
Fed upbeat on US economy, cites strong job gains
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve on Wednesday said the U.S. economy was expanding "at a solid pace" with strong job gains in a signal that the central bank remains on track with its plans to raise interest rates this year.
Federal Reserve says it will be 'patient' in raising rates  Uncover California
Fed again leaves interest rates unchanged  The Virginian-Pilot
Royal Dutch Shell to Cut Spending Amid Lower Oil Prices
LONDON�Royal Dutch Shell PLC on Thursday said it would freeze dividend payments, curb its planned spending over the next three years by some $15 billion, and scale back its investments in shale resources world-wide as it struggles to cope with weaker ...
FTSE hits one-week low, Royal Dutch Shell weighs  Reuters
Shell earnings slide on plunging crude price  Financial Times
Alibaba holiday-quarter revenue disappoints
(Reuters) - Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's (BABA.N) quarterly revenue fell short of analysts' expectations, showing signs of a slowdown in the Chinese e-commerce company's growth during the hard-fought holiday shopping season.
Alibaba's Revenue Rises on Mobile Growth  Wall Street Journal
Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO), Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA): Greg Maffei Says ...  Insider Monkey (blog)
FAA Tells Super Bowl Goers to Leave Drones at Home
LANHAM, Md. (WNEW) - Just a few days after a drone crashed into the White House lawn, the FAA is telling football fans not to bring the flying bots to the Super Bowl.
No drones: FAA only wants pigskin in the air at Super Bowl  WTTV CBS4Indy
Here's Some of the Dumb Stuff People Did With Drones Last Year  Mother Jones