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  • What happened to Ukraine can happen to Russia: CEO Browder

    Should Vladimir Putin be concerned about regime change in the Ukraine? Bill Browder, Hermitage Capital CEO discusses how a change in Ukraine's government leadership could threaten Putin's rule.

  • Ukraine needs long-term restructuring: Trichet

    It is in the overall global interest to help the Ukraine return to a peaceful and competitive position, says former ECB president Jean-Claude Trichet, discussing the economic crisis facing the Ukraine.

  • Ukraine's fight against corruption

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on the ouster of Ukraine president Viktor Yanukovych and speaks with parliament member Olga Bielkova about the Ukraine's financial crisis.

  • Ukraine's financial crisis

    In the wake of last week's protest, CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports the Ukraine is unable to borrow money and needs a bailout now.

  • Somber mood permeates Kiev's Independence Square

    While the country mourns, CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports Ukraine may need a bailout to meet its financial obligations as much of the wealth remains in the hands of a small number of people.

  • Arrest warrant issued for ousted Ukraine president

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports former Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych is wanted for "mass murder of civilians" and the country now faces an urgent financial crisis.

  • Birch stems, used in Russian-style saunas like Russian Baths of Brooklyn

    Izzy Odessky's loyalty lies not with the country where he was born but with the country that gave him the opportunity to succeed.

  • Ukraine peace to deal ease EM fears?

    A deal is reached in Ukraine to go back to the 2004 constitution. The Fast Money traders look at the Ukraine trade, and the impact it's having on emerging markets.

  • Ukraine protesters want Yanukovych put on trial

    Earlier today the Ukrainian government reached a tentative deal with protesters that would hopefully end the violence in Kiev. NBC's Richard Engel reports.

  • Russia's Olympic report card

    CNBC's Brian Sullivan grades Russia on hosting the 2014 Olympics and provides his final thoughts from the Sochi games.

  • Ukraine's economic war

    Amid the riots and protests in Kiev, Roman Popadiuk, former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, and Michael Bleyzer, Sigma Bleyzer CEO, discuss Ukraine's fight for economic freedom and effects the unrest is having on its economy.

  • Canada defeats US men's hockey team

    CNBC's Brian Sullivan reports the USA men's hockey team lost to Canada 1-0 and will play Sweden for the gold medal.

  • US maintains medal lead

    CNBC's Brian Sullivan reports how the situation in Kiev, Ukraine has put the entire region on edge. Also, women's hockey player Julie Chu was selected to carry the U.S. flag in the closing ceremony.

  • 'Big need' for EM concierges

    Veronica Voronina, founder of The Anonymous, discusses the growing demand for concierges from wealthy entrepreneurs in Russia and Brazil.

  • CNBC's top moments at Sochi

    CNBC's Brian Sullivan reports the United States has a total of 25 medals, and Russia currently has 24 medals. And a rewind on some of the most memorable moments for CNBC in Sochi.

  • Ukraine president, opposition sign compromise deal

    A draft agreement has been signed by Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych. CNBC's Jim Maceda reviews details of the agreement.

  • Surprising news for US hockey player

    CNBC's Brian Sullivan reports U.S. women's hockey player Julie Chu will carry the U.S. flag in the closing ceremonies and reports Maddie Bowman wins the gold medal in women's ski halfpipe.

  • Ukraine reaches tentative deal

    NBC's Jim Maceda reports Ukraine's government has reached a tentative agreement to end the recent crisis that has brought days of violence to Kiev.

  • Sochi Olympics reach final days

    CNBC's Brian Sullivan reports the latest highlights from Olympic competition and tries his hand at curling.

  • Yanukovych can't sweep streets clean in Kiev: Expert

    Ukraine President Yanukovych has the power to murder people but he can't keep them off the streets, says John Herbst, former US Ambassador to Ukraine, sharing his perspective on the recent clashes between anti-government protester and police in the Ukraine. I think Russia's Putin wants Yanukovych to restore order by any means possible, says Herbst.