Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a commemoration ceremony for Mikhail Kalashnikovin in Mytischi, outside Moscow, December 27, 2013.
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Business Latest: Will Russia’s investors run?

 

WILL RUSSIA INVESTORS RUN AWAY?: Serious and seemingly random terrorist attacks within Russia ahead of the Olympics are likely to make already wary global investors even more wary about putting money into Russia. Has Vladimir Putin inadvertently placed a big target on his country by pushing so hard for the games? And are the attacks damaging the one positive asset he brings to the table as a leader: namely, stability? Watch more

HOW COASTAL CITIES ARE PREPARING FOR RISING SEAS: Construction projects are underway to protect America’s coastal cities and infrastructure after Hurricane Sandy’s wake-up call. Read more

OBAMACARE SURPASSES 2 MILLION ENROLLED: So far, about 2 million people nationwide have enrolled in Obamacare private insurance, and with three  states due to report updated numbers on Monday, including strong exchanges in New York and Kentucky. Still well below the 3.32 million people feds originally projected would have signed up by this time, but a solid recovery from the debacle of HealthCare.gov’s launch in Oct.  Read more

WALL STREET CLOSES 2013 AT RECORDS; BEST YEAR IN 16 FOR S&P; 17 FOR DOW: Read more

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Business Latest: Will Russia's investors run?