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The Luxembourg-based company reported net profit of $52 million, from a loss of $205 million in the same period a year ago.
Thursday's ruling said Russia must produce a plan to distribute the funds within six months.
Large banks have generally charged a $34 penalty when people overdraw their debit-card accounts, even though most of the purchases involved were for less than $24.
Samuel Coleman is charged with one count of armed robbery while armed with a deadly weapon and one count of possession of a weapon during a violent crime.
MasterCard Inc. is the world's second-largest processor of debit and credit card payments.
In this April 17, 2011 file photo, then Tokyo Electric Power Co., Chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata reacts during a news conference at the company's headquarters in Tokyo.
Yum Brands Inc., in a filing with the U.S. securities regulator, gave no financial details and said it was too early to know when sales might rebound.
Twitter Inc. Chief Executive Officer Dick Costolo is getting the company back on track with Wall Street by drawing people to use the service more, sending shares soaring 20 percent.
With the announcement, the rate-setting Federal Open Market Committee will now purchase $25 billion a month in bonds to stimulate the economy and is expected to further ratchet down purchases with the expectation of ending the controversial program late this year.
Harry Reid wants the Federal Communications Commission to know he'll be on the agency's side in a political battle with Republicans.
The rebound reported Wednesday by the Commerce Department followed a sharp 2.1 percent annualized drop in economic activity in the January-March quarter.
Video streaming service Netflix has agreed to pay U.S. broadband provider AT&T Inc to ensure smooth delivery of Netflix content to Internet users, the companies said on Tuesday.
HOLD FOR RELEASE UNTIL 12:01 A.M. EDT WEDNESDAY, JULY 30. THIS PHOTO MAY NOT BE PUBLISHED, BROADCAST OR POSTED ONLINE BEFORE 12:01 A.M. EDT WEDNESDAY - FILE - In this Feb. 7, 2014 file photo, a 2014 Mini Cooper S Countryman All4 is on display during the media preview at the Chicago Auto Show at McCormick Place in Chicago.
The San Francisco-based company's stock jumped 29.6 percent to $50.01 in extended trading after the results came out.
It is selling Wheelabrator Technologies Inc., which owns or runs 17 waste-to-energy facilities and four independent power-producing plants in the U.S. The business also has four ash monofill landfills, three transfer stations and an ongoing development and construction project in the U.K. Wheelabrator's 2013 revenue totaled about $845 million.
The order follows a complaint filed by the Iraqi government, claiming the oil was smuggled out of Kurdistan without its permission.
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