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December 25, 1987 | ROBERT SCHEER, Times Staff Writer
The Politburo offices in the Central Committee headquarters of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, the inaccessible seat of all power here, are disappointing to the Western eye. Instead of a bustling, James Bond-style enemy command center, one finds old-1717662568of trays of cookies and tea. The office occupied by Politburo member and propaganda chief Alexander N.
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December 14, 1989 | From Reuters
McDonald's Corp. said Wednesday that more than 25,000 Muscovites have responded to a single help-wanted ad in a newspaper seeking to fill 630 crew positions at the chain's first restaurant in Moscow. Applications are continuing to filter in, a spokesman said. The McDonald's restaurant on Pushkin Square is scheduled to open Jan. 31. It will be the fast-food giant's largest operation, seating 700 people indoors and 200 more outside and is expected to serve more than 15,000 customers a day.
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December 14, 1989 | From Reuters
McDonald's Corp. said Wednesday that more than 25,000 Muscovites have responded to a single help-wanted ad in a newspaper seeking to fill 630 crew positions at the chain's first restaurant in Moscow. Applications are continuing to filter in, a spokesman said. The McDonald's restaurant on Pushkin Square is scheduled to open Jan. 31. It will be the fast-food giant's largest operation, seating 700 people indoors and 200 more outside and is expected to serve more than 15,000 customers a day.
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December 25, 1987 | ROBERT SCHEER, Times Staff Writer
The Politburo offices in the Central Committee headquarters of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, the inaccessible seat of all power here, are disappointing to the Western eye. Instead of a bustling, James Bond-style enemy command center, one finds old-1717662568of trays of cookies and tea. The office occupied by Politburo member and propaganda chief Alexander N.
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