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Modernizing Automaker Taps Foreign Talent

David Eggers is the only foreign top financial director in the Russian automotive industry.


Lovells has announced the appointment of Natalia Gulyaeva as a consultant based in its Moscow office.

Of Buildings, Central Banks and Alphabet Soup

As a native of Volgograd, I want to draw your attention to a number of errors in the article.

Conservationism's Man on Extreme Television

Steve Irwin was a daredevil, a performer, a celebrity, a bit of a ham and one of the most effective advocates for nature preservation in the world.

The Rebirth of the Unions

Few people in the Soviet era understood the need for trade unions.

Rhetoric vs. Reality

U.S. President George W. Bush's administration's ideological rhetoric concerning U.S. policy in the Middle East has become separated from the policy itself to an extent almost reminiscent of the former Soviet Union.

Central Bank Should Stick to Banking

On Tuesday, the Federal Statistics Service released inflation numbers for August showing that prices continued to climb at a higher pace than the government had projected.

Racists Step in Where Leaders Fail to Tread

Let's talk about President Vladimir Putin's stand on the events in Kondopoga. You say you don't know what his stand is? Neither do I, and this is possibly the most important of Kondopoga's lessons.

Russia Draws Against Croatia

Guus Hiddink's first competitive game in charge of the Russian national team -- a Euro 2008 qualifier against Croatia -- ended in a 0-0 draw in Moscow on Wednesday.

Malkin Buries Past and Hatchet

Finally, Evgeni Malkin wasn't worried about hiding his emotions, or himself. He signed the contract he wanted to sign, with the team he wanted to play for.

Turkey to Send Troops to Lebanon

Its parliament authorizes the deployment of Turkish troops as part of a UN peacekeeping mission.

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