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MasterCard to allow transactions in Cuba using U.S.: issued cards

MasterCard to allow transactions in Cuba using U.S.-issued cards

Post Holdings to pay $1.15B for Malt-O-Meal cereal maker

Ford to take $800M 4Q charge due to Venezuela currency woes

Deere to cut more than 900 U.S. workers as farm economy weakens

Microsoft tanks 10 percent, hit by 4 downgrades on earnings

Oil prices down ahead of Fed meet outcome, supply report

GE earnings rise despite headwinds from low oil prices

No sales and profit growth for P&ampG in 2015 due to strong dollar

China regulator blasts Alibaba for illegal business on its websites

European stocks shrug off Greece

Mattel removes CEO, warns of fifth straight fall in quarterly sales

Pfizer net down on lower sales, higher research, legal costs

Euro dips against dollar as ECB unveils QE stimulus

Oil slides despite OPEC talk of a floor

Larger-than-usual move for Yahoo shares expected after results

Asia stocks surge on ECB move, oil jumps on Saudi king death

Minister for Illawarra questioned over taxpayer funded trip to Dubai and...

Asian markets mostly higher despite weak US earnings reports

Greece wants 'pan-European' deal on growth, new government says

Petrobras reports earnings without graft writedowns despite delays

Wall St. gains after ECB stimulus move banks lead

United Technologies cuts forecast on dollar’s surprise gain

LNP's new ad targets Labor over unions, bikie gangs links

Stocks fade late as oil dips, Fed gives investors pause

At odds on human rights, US and Cuba move toward embassies

Euro hits 11-year low on Greece fears, equities muted

The latest on the Northeast snowstorm

As storm rushes in, airlines cancel while salt sellers gain

Saudi King Abdullah dies, Salman is new ruler

Paraguay tries to stop execution of woman in China

Argentine president says prosecutor's death not suicide

Medical grade cannabis company lists on ASX

Indian circuses struggle to adapt after court bans