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April 22nd, 2014
09:23 PM ET

NBA player looks to open Hooters in Russia

Vice President Joe Biden is in Ukraine, where he delivered some strong words to Russia's Vladimir Putin.

Biden said "no nation has the right to simply grab land from another nation" and urged Russia to stop supporting the masked militants in eastern Ukraine.

Ukraine calls for renewal of anti-terror measures

Secretary of State John Kerry weighed in too, threatening sanctions will be imposed by the U.S. absent any measurable progress to de-escalate the tension.

NBA player to open Hooters in Russia

But are sanctions and tough talk enough?

Jason Carroll is Outfront with a look at how some of America's biggest food chains are hoping to turn Russia's economic uncertainty into profits.


Filed under: Business • International • Russia • Ukraine
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  1. Joey at Purdue Univ

    Hahahah. Brilliant. This very well IS a valid argument in the conversation about privatizing world peace.

    April 23, 2014 at 12:07 am | Reply

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