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Pathfinders: Bringing American-style diners to Russia

Despite the long Cold War - or perhaps because of it - Russians have always had a thing for hamburgers and milkshakes. It's a yearning Paul O'Brien sought to satisfy when he brought the very first American diner to the country.
­His chain of Starlight diners were an instant hit in Moscow. In an interview with Business RT, he explains how to serve up American food, Russian style.