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#218 - How rich Russians have adapted to Putin’s war

24 mins | May 26, 2022

Today's episode from 26th May 2022. In our first piece this morning we hear the experiences of a tutor living with a Russian family and how they've seen the state's propaganda seem into the language of everyday Russians. Then later, in a hot job market, we learn how some of the biggest companies in the US are handing out big awards to retain key executives. Possibly risking their life and position by speaking out, this anonymous teacher speaks out from the inside to discuss how rich Russian families have adapted to Putin’s war. From The Economist’s 1843 Magazine. They are designed to motivate executives and reward them for managing through the pandemic. For The Wall Street Journal, Kristin Broughton explores how they became a focus of companies’ pay disclosures this year as concerns about the tight job markets continue. Wake up with Curio is a different kind of morning show that gives you the context behind the news and gets you motivated for the day ahead, every Monday - Friday.

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