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Skolkovo Gets LUKoil as Investor

LUKoil will become one of the core investors of the technology hub in Skolkovo and will locate its research center there beginning in 2014, the company said Monday.

United Russia Eyes Opposition

United Russia should attract more opposition members while maintaining its ideological path of "Russian Conservatism," party leaders said Monday.

Serdyukov Hopes NATO Plan Leak Is Fake

Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov said he hoped a WikiLeaks report about NATO's contingency plan to defend the Baltic states from potential Russian aggression was false.

Management Tweaks Bring Spy to Rosneft

The latest restructuring at state-owned oil giant Rosneft took a high-profile twist Monday, as a sleeper agent in July's infamous spy swap was appointed to a top position in the company.

Corporate Transparency Ruling Looms

The Supreme Arbitration Court plans to make an ambiguous decision on corporate transparency, allowing shareholders to inquire about salaries of top managers but not about a company's subsidiaries, a court official said Monday.

Medvedev Orders Rioters Punished

President Dmitry Medvedev on Monday ordered police to identify and punish those responsible for violent, racist rioting just outside the Kremlin's walls over the weekend that stunned the country.

Parking Woes Due to Office Workers

On any given weekday there are at least 6,000 cars within the Garden Ring with no place to park, new research has found.

Former Drug Official Pleads Guilty to Fraud

A former senior Federal Drug Control official charged with fraud and abuse of office has pleaded guilty, and the Moscow City Court is set to sentence him Tuesday, Interfax reported.

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