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Safin, Korolyov Beaten in Las Vegas Semifinals

Marat Safin lost in the Las Vegas Open semifinals Saturday but was still content with his progress going into this month's back-to-back Masters Series events.

Business on the Ski Slopes

To do business with the rich, you've got to act like they do, says realtor Ilya Shershnev.


Samuel Raymond Tillett has joined Debevoise & Plimpton LLP as international counsel, resident in the Moscow office, the international law firm has announced.

First Person

I work 12 hours a day, five days a week. My wage is 355 rubles a day. My favorite metro station to work in is Otradnoye -- I've worked there four years.

O.G.I. Goes Neutral

Between the Constitutional Court and the presidential administration's public reception is a pocket of neutral territory.

Restaurant News

Arkady Novikov has struck again. In conjunction with sausage magnate Vadim Dymov, the Novikov group has launched the Dymov No. 1 chain of beer and grill restaurants.

Too Many Problems for a Single Solution

President Vladimir Putin's announcement Thursday of his nominee for the post of Chechen president underscored the nagging feeling that the Kremlin's policy in Chechnya can be explained in two words: Ramzan Kadyrov.

A Regular Discovery

Easter is around the corner, so it must be time for a dramatic revelation that will blow the lid off Christianity.

The Big Losses Send Stronger Messages

In ""The Gulag Archipelago,"" Alexander Solzhenitsyn notes that Peter the Great's victory over Sweden in 1721 brought the Russia people three centuries of misery and hardship while ushering in an era of peace, freedom and prosperity for the Swedes.

Replacing Competition With Collaboration

My generation arrived in this world when the Soviet Union and the United States were engaged in a Cold War.

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