Julie Creswell

New York Times business reporter

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As more U.S. companies cut business operations in Russia, how much money could they lose, and will it add more hardship to everyday Russians?

Starbucks, McDonald’s, Pepsi: More US companies pull out of Russia. What impacts could happen?

As more U.S. companies cut business operations in Russia, how much money could they lose, and will it add more hardship to everyday Russians?

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