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Funny Cartoons, Serious Business

A former sociologist found success in TV and is now leading her channel in a radical new direction.

Ask the Boss

Q: What's the best way to find a new employee?

Parents Get 4 Years in Boy's Death

The U.S. adoptive parents of a Russian boy each were sentenced Thursday to four years in prison for causing his death more than six years ago.

Restaurant News

Lovers of laksa are in luck: Daikon, the sushi and noodle house with Moscow's best range of Indonesian dishes, has just opened its second eatery.

Tackling the Problem of Economic Inequality

U neven development, as reflected in political polarization, geographical and ethnic diversity, the minuteness of the middle class and sectoral imbalances, is a defining feature of Russian history.

Riding on Ideological Retreads

The centerpiece of the All-Russia Exhibition Center is the Friendship of Nations fountain. It features gilded statues of 15 buxom women dressed in folk costumes that represent the once-fraternal republics of the Soviet Union.

Russia Beats Sweden to Claim Bronze

Russia beat Sweden 3-1 in a consolation game for third place at the World Championship on Sunday to win the bronze and salvage some pride.

Chevron Stops Work In Nigeria

Chevron temporarily shut down some operations in Nigeria's offshore waters Friday as the second-largest U.S. oil company scrambled to protect its workers and equipment from rampant violence that threatens to drive up gasoline prices.

Deutsche Telekom's Plans Spark Strike

Deutsche Telekom's chief executive appealed for union agreement to plans to cut pay and increase hours for service workers, and said in an interview released Saturday that the company might have to sell service units if there is no deal.

Merck Sells Off Generic Drug Maker

German drug maker Merck announced Sunday that it was selling its generic drug business to Mylan Laboratories of the United States for 4.9 billion euros ($6.6 billion).

Finding the Winning Business Pitch

They don't usually teach this in business school: When it comes to launching companies, style can matter as much as substance.

South Korean Tycoon Arrested For Suspected Revenge Attack

Police have arrested a South Korean business tycoon for allegedly taking part in a sensational revenge attack after his son was hurt in a karaoke bar fight.

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