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Asia shares mostly higher, euro steady as Fed meets
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian share markets were mostly firmer on Tuesday and the euro clung to rare gains, relieved that European equities had weathered Greece's election outcome without much disruption.
I am a young, unemployed Greek, and all I want is my dignity back  Quartz
As Syriza takes reins, Greek hopes are high. Can they be met? (+video)  Christian Science Monitor
Economic Times  
Senate Democrats Filibuster Keystone Bill
With a handful of senators out and Democrats calling for more amendments, GOP leaders were unable to limit debate on a measure to approve the Keystone XL pipeline Monday.
Senate Dems block GOP effort to wind down pipeline debate  Scottsbluff Star Herald
Democrats block Keystone XL bill  CNN
Thousands of flights canceled as snowstorm hits Northeast
Some 7,000 flights have been canceled through Wednesday as most major airports in the Northeast came to a standstill under a heavy blanket of snow.
As storm rushes in, airlines cancel while salt sellers gain  Concord Monitor
Blizzard of 2015: What to Know if you're Traveling
Mattel CEO resigns as sales falter
Mattel Inc.'s ground-losing tussle in the toy aisle has claimed a victim. Bryan G. Stockton, the El Segundo company's chairman and chief executive, resigned after failing to turn around the toy maker.
Shake-Up at Mattel as Barbie Loses Her Appeal  New York Times
Mattel fires CEO after disastrous holiday sales  The Daily Breeze
Fed Aims to Hasten Payments
Fed governor Jerome Powell said an efficient payments system aids economic growth. Photo: Bloomberg News. By. Ryan Tracy. Ryan Tracy.
Fed Seen Raising Rates Midyear Even With Low Inflation: Economy  Bloomberg
Low inflation likely to keep Fed 'patient' about a rate hike  The Seattle Times
Uber caps price hikes during NYC blizzard
Expect to pay more if you want an Uber in the midst of this week's New York City snowstorm. The car service company could charge nearly three times as much as normal Monday and Tuesday as a potentially historic blizzard bears down on the city.
Spiking Uber rates capped amid blizzard  New York Post
Uber Pressured Into Capping Surge Pricing During the East Coast Snowstorm  Wired
Wall Street rises after Greek elections; energy climbs
US stocks edged higher on Monday as investors brushed off fears a leftist victory in Greece would bring fresh crisis to the Eurozone and energy stocks advanced.
Stocks Eke out Small Gains After Drifting Most of the Day  ABC News
Greek voters set stage for tense austerity negotiation  Al Jazeera America
In India, Obama Elevates the Nation's Self-Esteem
NEW DELHI - India's military forces marched past President Obama and India's president and prime minister in great waves of color on Monday morning.
Not Modi-Obama jugalbandi, thank diplomats for effective India-US relations  Firstpost
Obama to conclude his 3-day India on Tuesday
How Fracking Contributes To Oil Glut, Cheap Fuel For You And Me
Driving down the U.S. east coast, getting away from the cold north, warming up in sunny Florida, I could hardly believe the price of gasoline.
Oil-rich Saudis find new help in struggle to delay action on climate change ...  Washington Post
OPEC's El-Badri: $200 Oil Possible If There's Lack of Investment  Bloomberg
IBM �flatly denies� report of mass layoffs
SAN FRANCISCO - Calling it �ridiculous� and �baseless,� IBM on Monday dismissed a report that said the technology giant plans to lay off 1 in 4 of its workers, or 100,000 people.
Business news  The Augusta Chronicle
IBM dismisses Forbes report of massive layoffs  The Straits Times