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playground taunts from the Sun and Daily Mail. Photo/Corbis The Sun doesn't often run foreign stories on page 2, let alone ones about Russian citizens convicted of minor offences. But today, under the headline "Tycoon digs dirt", it runs such a story
Ryanair is in exploratory talks with a number of airports as potential destinations, according to the budget airline's spokesman Robin Kiely. Ryanair has had discussions with a number of Russian airports, but they are purely exploratory at this time,
The penniless tycoon embroiled in Britain's most high-profile divorce has a serious problem, according to the judge who is set to determine whether is a billionaire or a bankrupt. Mr Justice Moor said Scot Young, a property and telecoms magnate who
A passenger jet crashed Sunday evening while landing in Kazan, a regional capital east of Moscow, killing all 50 people onboard, emergency officials said. The jetliner, a Boeing 737-500 operated by Tatarstan Airlines, had originated in Moscow and
Aeroflot , the state-controlled Russian airline, on Friday ruled out buying or aiding stricken Italian carrier Alitalia, which is seeking a cash injection to keep flying. "Aeroflot does not plan to buy Alitalia, nor will it participate in any way in
A corporate lawyer at the centre of Britain's most high-profile divorce was accused of creating a sham property deal that allowed bankrupt tycoon Scot Young to hide his assets in offshore tax havens, the High Court heard on Monday. Stephen Jones,
effort, originality and success at the Independent and Standard. Photograph: Denis Sinyakov/Reuters There are many reasons to applaud Alexander Lebedev and his Independent managers in the UK. They've rescued the hulk of London's only evening paper
Thursday 07 November 2013 Scot Young, the bankrupt tycoon embroiled in Britain's most bitter divorce, was involved in deals worth "hundreds of millions of pounds" with Sir Philip Green, Sir Tom Hunter and Richard Caring, the High Court heard today...
Russian businesses are undergoing a transformation from a traditionally dour approach to a friendlier take on customer relations, customer service experts said. "All of us know that Russian culture by definition is not the most client-oriented
The classroom filled with slender young men and women in their first week of training at the Aeroflot academy for flight attendants. The men were all square-jawed and broad-shouldered, and the women to the last of them traffic-stopping beauties.