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The Man Without a Face

Whatever you might think of Vladimir Putin as president, he's the only show in town.

Azerbaijan Vote Strikes an Old, Familiar Note

When it comes to unusual voting practices, Azerbaijan's recent constitutional referendum takes the cake.

From U.S. Navy to Russian Cable TV

Twelve years after seeing Russia for the first time, 37-year-old Rick Macey's life is now intertwined with the land he once though of as the enemy.

Press Review

A brief look at the stories making headlines in the Russian-language press

Managing Freedom of Speech

A new Russian censorship and propaganda have arisen in Chechnya and in all that concerns Chechnya.

Saber Rattling in Russia's No-Win War

In the past month, relations between Russia and its neighbor Georgia have come perilously close to conflict.


Vitaly Pyltsov has been promoted to partner at Ernst & Young's audit department. He will lead projects in the retail and consumer products sector and the automotive and production sector.

Nestle Mum on $11Bln Hershey Bid

Swiss food and beverage giant Nestle is offering about $11.5 billion for the biggest U.S. candymaker, Hershey Foods, USA Today reported in Monday's editions.

German Firms Slam Tax Hike Plan

German business leaders criticized the government Sunday for proposals to raise corporate taxes as well as postpone income tax cuts planned for 2003 to finance costs related to the recent flood disaster.

Nordea Shares Rise as CEO Quits

Thorleif Krarup surprised investors Monday by quitting his post as chief executive of Nordea, the biggest Nordic bank, 19 months after taking the job, citing conflicts between the demands of the job and his family.

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