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Tursunov Hailed Russia's Davis Cup Hero

Russia has discovered a new Davis Cup hero in Dmitry Tursunov. Tursunov beat Andy Roddick in an epic five-set battle Sunday to give the host the winning point against the United States and a place in the Davis Cup final for the first time in four years.

Malkin Won't Need Surgery but Still Faces 6 Weeks Out

Pittsburgh Penguins rookie Evgeni Malkin, re-examined by doctors Monday, will not need surgery on his dislocated left shoulder but could be sidelined up to six weeks.

Battling to Keep the Soul of the Mid-Size Enterprise Intact

Research shows that seven out of 10 SMEs in Europe see IT closely aligned with business strategy, compared with eight out of 10 in the U.S.

Top Management's Role in ERP System Implementation Projects

Our working experience shows that traditional problems impeding the automation process at Russian enterprises are the qualification level of personnel, managerial discipline, the state of the regulatory and reference framework, and the degree of involvement of the company's management in the project.

Deposit Your Savings ... And See Them Shrink

With credit interest rates remaining high, it's a no-win situation for consumers.

Retro Gang Brings Rockabilly to Russia

The HepCats dress and dance like their rock 'n' roll idols from the 1950s.

Salsa and Samba for That Sexy Feeling

Participants in Nicolas Zverev's Latin dance classes forge friendships that last for years, he says.

Suicide Attack Kills Afghan Pilgrims

A suicide bomber struck outside the compound of a southern Afghan provincial governor on Tuesday, killing 18 people, including several Muslim pilgrims seeking paperwork to travel to Mecca, officials said.

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