Like many restaurant executives with business interests in Russia and Ukraine, Rosinter Restaurants’ Richard Snead has been monitoring the news of turmoil in those countries for months. Protests in Kiev starting in November turned deadly in February, bringing about the ouster of Ukraine’s president in February and this month’s annexation by Russia of the Crimea region, which voted to break away from Ukraine in a referendum contested by the United States and the European ...

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