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Uber to Limit Service Price Surges During East Coast Storm
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.
Why Uber will limit its surge pricing during the snow emergency  Washington Post
Uber caps pricing at 2.8 times normal fare during NYC storm  New York Daily News
Why Wall Street isn't in panic mode after Greek power shift
A transfer of power in debt-strapped Greece to a political party that wants to rework its debt bailout terms with its European creditors has heightened political risk, but hasn't caused outright panic on Wall Street.
U.S. Stocks Rise as Euro Gains on Greece; Gold, Oil Fall  Bloomberg
UPDATE 6-Greek leftist Tsipras sworn in as PM to fight bailout terms  Reuters
What Mattel's CEO departure means for the future of Barbie
Sales of Mattel's iconic American doll are in free fall. The company ceded its title as the world's largest toy manufacturer to Lego.
Barbie blues: Struggling Mattel replaces CEO  Los Angeles Times
How Barbie helped bring down Mattel's CEO  Washington Post
Officials update flight cancellation numbers
The number of cancelled flights at the region's three major airports was up to 1,525 as of mid-afternoon, according to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
Alaska Airlines cancels flights as monster snowstorm bears down on East Coast  Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle)
FAA: Inbound Flights 'Stopped' At LaGuardia And Newark  Business Insider
US deficit to 'hold steady' until 2018
Solid economic growth over the next few years should help keep the annual federal deficit at a very modest level until 2018. But after that, the deficit will start growing again.
US Deficit Seen Shrinking Next Year on Job Gains, CBO Says  Businessweek
Deficits have been shrinking for years. The CBO says that's about to change.  Vox
Microsoft Sales, Profit Beat Estimates on Cloud Growth, Xbox
Microsoft Corp. (MSFT:US)'s fiscal second-quarter sales and profit exceeded analysts' estimates as the world's largest software maker benefited from growth in cloud services and a resurgent Xbox One game console.
Shares of Microsoft slip; company earns 71 cents a share  USA TODAY
Microsoft's Profits Fall On Higher Costs  Wall Street Journal
China opens to all US apple varieties
After 20 years of negotiations, China has agreed to open its ports to all varieties of U.S. apples, officials announced today. U.S.
China moves to accept imports of all US apple varieties  messenger-inquirer
GM ignition switch deaths hit 50 as deadline looms
The death toll from General Motor's defective ignition switches crossed the 50 mark in the latest tally Monday on the independent administrators' website with the deadline for filing claims only days away.
Approved death claims related to GM ignition switch recall hit 50
GM's confirmed ignition deaths hit 50 as claims deadline nears  Automotive News
US bans deceptive ads by green coffee weight-loss marketer
WASHINGTON Jan 26 (Reuters) - A seller of green coffee bean supplements has agreed to stop deceptive advertising saying that the treatments help users lose weight, a claim that was made on "The Dr.
Bogus Weight-Loss Claims Leads to $9 Million in Fines  DailyFinance
Green coffee bean promoter to pay $9 million  ConsumerAffairs
MWV, to merge with Georgia-based RockTenn to form $16B packaging firm
MWV and RockTenn Co. will become one packaging company with a combined equity value of about $16 billion after both boards of directors unanimously approved a merger today.
Merger of Rock-Tenn and MeadWestvaco Can Face Cultural Challenges  New York Times
MeadWestvaco, Rock-Tenn join to form $16B packaging behemoth  SFGate