In the fall of 2015, online free bulletin board Avito was estimated at $2.7 billion, which means that now it can challebge the Russian Internet giants: VKontakte, Yandex and Mail.Ru Group. RBC investigated how Avito had come to success.
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The war between the shareholders of VKontakte has reached the court stage.
Ilya Scherbovich Foundation bought three companies related to the Pavel Durov's messenger, and demands the rights for Telegram through the court; in response, Mail.ru Group filed a lawsuit to invalidate the deal to buy a stake in VKontakte by UCP Fund.