What can be said about Moscow that hasn't already been said? It is an enigma; it is a beautiful, temperamental mistress; it is the end point of all roads. In a way, Moscow is indeed an end point, an apex and the largest city in all of Russia.
— The Russian real estate market converts to rubles — Trade and entertainment in Soviet movie theaters — How to spur development of industrial parks — Old factories turned into trendy apartments
— Employers are saving money on salaries this year — Russian universities need foreign students badly — Robots will replace 7 million workers by 2020 — Companies will pay their employees to exercise — Your reputation is worth a lot in a crisis
— Foreign Brands Take Advantage of Crisis to Open New Stores in Moscow — Regional Shopping Centers Now Smaller and More Interesting — Warehouse Real Estate Market Sees Record Volume of Transactions
— Investment in Russian Real Estate could Reach $3 Bln. in 2015 — Foreign Investors and End Users Profit from Warehouse Deals — How Will Russia Fill New Stadium after World Cup 2018?
— Building materials boom — Budget hotels target new segment — Architects breathe new life into industrial ruins — Retailers invest in children's entertainment
— Hysteria Plays Role in Job Cuts as Economic Downturn Catches Firms Unaware — Moving Up when the Ruble is Down: What it Means for Salaries — Occupation Does Not Correspond to Education for a Third of Russians — Travels Lead to Foreign Ventures: Beating a Path to a New Job — Schools Challenged to Develop Technical Skills
Premium-class hotels, restaurants, nightlife, spas, fitness, and city festivals — this new issue of the Lifestyle Guide proudly presents the best spots in Moscow in 2015.
— Reinventing The Big Box As Logistics Evolves — Retailers Cultivate Individual Image — Foreign Investors Get Jitters Over Crisis — Setting A Price On PPP Projects
— Retraining a workforce to focus on customers and brand ambassadors — No tolerance for secrets: Business whizz turns mentor — Skolkovo business school at eight: looking to the future — Video sharing team makes waves in a crowded market — Tips for expats: How to survive the downturn
— Move over, Internet. The work of the future could be far more varied — Executives learn the economic logic against corruption — Pension reforms could bring transparency and stability