"I had a bodyguard sitting in my car with me driving around every day wherever I went ... I didn’t have a great deal of faith in the bodyguards. At the end of the day you’ve got this guy sitting there with you who’s getting paid whatever, two hundred, four hundred, six hundred dollars a month. Is he going to take a bullet for you?" Peter Charow on doing business in Russia during the '90s for the Harriman oral history project. Each week we will highlight an interview from the project on our website and social media. Read Charow's interview.