Igor Sechin wants to replenish his pocket at the expense of RBC


Rosneft filed a lawsuit with a demand to recover from the publication 43 billion rubles. So the company assessed the damage to the reputation from the heading about the Ryazan private security company.

Russian media were disappointed in parliamentarism


Two dozen media decided to boycott the work of the State Duma. This is a reaction to the acquittal of the accused in the harassment of deputy Slutsky.

RBC and Rosneft entered into an amicable agreement


After the change of the owner of the media holding, the parties settled the conflict.

How Grigory Berezkin's business is organized and why he needs mass media


Media ownership is a way to get information faster and be in a trend, the businessman believes.

Igor Sechin got flicked on his forehead


The Court reversed the decision on compensation from RBC in the lawsuit of Rosneft.

Hello, America


How Mikhail Prokhorov became an American billionaire.

Rosneft demanded compensation of 3 billion rubles from RBC


Rosneft suddenly reviewed its demands from RBC. The company, which had previously sought only to retract one of the articles, on Thursday demanded to enforce more than 3 billion rubles as a compensation of reputation losses, which is the record sum for the Russian media. 

Former TASS employees headed RBC office


Yelizaveta Golikova and Igor Trosnikov will start to work in a week.

Key executives quitted RBC


RBC is left by the chief editor Yelizaveta Osetinskaya, the chief editor of the RBC newspaper Maxim Solyus, as well as the chief editor of the RBC news agency Roman Badanin, as reported the medie holding belonging to billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov in the afternoon of 13 May. Today is their last day of work at the holding, the report said.

RBC under investigation


The MIA suspected unidentified media holding managers of large fraud.

The war with "Armada": how a quarrel among shareholders jeopardized the former IT-business of RBC


The former division of RBC media holding company in a few years has become one of the largest players on the IT-market and earned billions on state contracts. What is the conflict about between its current and former co-owners?