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This week: Russian telecomms habits shift, a St. Petersburg entrepreneur gets crafty, and being stuck at home means more alcohol intake.
Mikhail is the director of a book store that has been operating in St. Petersburg since 1926.
Russian banks to start testing biometric ATMs. This is probably a good idea.
Statistics and facts worth knowing.
Activists in Moscow are crowdfunding to restore century-old signs, and uncovering traces of a buzzing and eclectic merchant city.
One of Russia's wealthiest women, Natalia Filyova, together with her husband built the country's second largest airline from the ground up. She died in an air crash over the weekend.
A vibrant cuisine is testing the limits, fusing with other national cuisines. How is this happening in Russia?
This is a short extract from a satirical book published in 1837, from which we learn: what sorts of bribes there are; why it is better to take a bribe during lunch; why gaudy is better than a bullfinch; the language in which one should speak of bribes; and how to avoid punishment for receiving bribes.
The destruction of 97 kiosks around Moscow opens up the controversies of architectural preservation, the plight of small businesses, and the rebuilding of history itself.
Saw an entry from Stanislav Mishin's Mat Rodina Blog, when it was posted to Johnson's List. A superb and well-argued summary of several things Russian business people need to attent to if they want to do business with the West.
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