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World stock markets flat; euro steadies after Syriza win in Greece
1 of 2. A stock exchange trader works at his screen at the stock exchange in Frankfurt January 26, 2015. Credit: Reuters/Kai Pfaffenbach.
Euro Strengthens After Greek Vote; U.S. Stocks Fluctuate  Bloomberg
Here's how to make money from Syriza's big Greek election win  MarketWatch
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Airlines cancel 6175 flights ahead of monster storm
Last update: 1:25 p.m. ET . Next update: By 6 p.m. ET. Air travelers faced chaos in the Northeast this, thanks to a major winter storm that threatens to wallop parts of the region with blizzard conditions.
American Airlines Group canceling flights from major northeast hubs  Reuters
5 Strategies for Dealing With Your Flight Cancellation  TIME
Mattel CEO Resigns As Barbie Parent Company Struggles For Relevance
Mattel MAT -4.23% CEO Bryan Stockton has resigned from the helm of the toy giant just weeks after announcing a corporate reshuffle aiming to restore the fortunes of the struggling Barbie manufacturer.
It's Not a Barbie World and Four Other Challenges Facing Mattel  Businessweek
What Mattel's CEO departure means for the future of Barbie  Quartz
Obama boots India-U.S. nuclear relations as holiday guest
After announcing what he called a breakthrough with India on nuclear power, President Obama watched a massive parade that showed off extensive Indian military hardware.
After Republic Day celebrations, India and US get down to business  Livemint
Prime Minister Modi wore a suit that takes personalization to a ridiculous ...  Washington Post (blog)
Bitcoin is done with its 'tumultuous teen' years
Today, bitcoin grew up: Bitcoin wallet service Coinbase launched the first U.S.-licensed bitcoin exchange�and it's backed by the granddaddy of exchanges, the NYSE.
Coinbase, the First Licensed US Bitcoin Exchange Opens Today  Financialbuzz.com
Coinbase, first regulated US bitcoin exchange, opens  New York Post
Ruble Slides Most in Three Weeks After S&P Cuts Russia to Junk
The ruble slid the most in three weeks after Standard & Poor's downgraded Russia to junk, exacerbating a selloff as bloodshed in Ukraine raised the likelihood for tougher sanctions.
S&P Downgrades Russia Foreign Currency Rating to Junk  Wall Street Journal
S&P downgrades Russia's sovereign credit rating to below investment ...  Reuters
Oil Rebounds as OPEC Says Reduced Investment Could Boost Prices
Crude oil rebounded after OPEC Secretary-General Abdalla El-Badri said insufficient investment could push prices to $200 a barrel.
OPEC's El-Badri Warns of $200 Oil on Lack of Investment  Chicago Tribune
Opec chief: oil prices could soon rebound  Financial Times
Low inflation likely to keep Fed 'patient' about a rate hike
FILE - In this Dec. 17, 2014 file photo, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen speaks with reporters at the Federal Reserve in Washington.
US Fed faces red flags as it taxis toward rate liftoff  Zee News
Doubts grow about mid-year rate hike, but Fed won't express any  MarketWatch
IBM disputes report of 112000 layoffs
Could IBM be preparing for the biggest corporate layoff in history? It depends who you ask. Tech blogger Robert Cringely wrote last week that IBM would lay off 26% of its staff, or nearly 112,000 employees, in a massive restructuring.
IBM dismisses Forbes report of massive layoffs  Reuters
​IBM dismisses massive layoff report as workforce remixing continues  ZDNet
Uber to Cap Service Price Surges During East Coast Snowstorm
A �life-threatening� storm that is forecast to dump as much as two feet of snow from New York to Boston is a chance for Uber Technologies Inc. to show it has learned from past mistakes.
Uber, Lyft Prepare for Blizzard Pricing and Customer Meltdowns  Newsweek
Uber expected to cap surge pricing during fierce NYC winter storm  amNY