Svyaznoy Group


Euroset is going to merge with Svyaznoy


The merged company may become the second largest in the number of stores.

Sales of appliances and electronics have been falling from the beginning of the year, surprising the retailers


Only by the end of February, there has been a recovery.

Nogotkov will try to launch a startup in Silicon Valley


Ex-owner of Svyaznoy Maxim Nogotkov moved to the US. Now he is in Silicon Valley, and tries to start a new business in the field of mobile commerce.

Head of Svyaznoy Bank — RBC: "There were only two choices: the bad and the terrible"


Svyaznoy Bank is on the verge of license revocation. The head of the bank Yevgeny Davidovich told RBC, how he had been figting for survival of Svyaznoy for nearly a year.

Oleg and Alexander Malis: mobile brotherhood


Who now controls the Russian mobile retail.

How the creditors of Svyaznoy ended up in a trap


Why Maxim Nogotkov's attempts to transfer Svyaznoy Group to a new owner fail again and again? It seems, that even having agreed on one version, he never ceases to look for more profitable deal. But the delay reduces the cost of the retail chain.

Nogotkov refused to give Svyaznoy to the creditors


According to RBC, the owner of Solvers Group Oleg Malis sued the founder of Svyaznoy Maxim Nogotkov.

Svyaznoy turned out to have new ties


The assets of the group can be acquired by Musa Bazhaev's structures. 

Svyaznoy miscalculated: why Maxim Nogotkov lost half of business


Founder of the Svyaznoy group of companies Maxim Nogotkov spent more than 20 years trying to get into the list of the richest Russian businessmen. The descent from the summit took much less time: in a year Nogotkov reached the verge of bankruptcy.

Prokhorov's Onexim Group suspended talks with Nogotkov


Negotiations to merge the financial assets of Onexim Group owned by Mikhail Prokhorov (no. 10 in the ranking of 200 richest businessmen of Russia according to Forbes, with the personal fortune of $ 3 billion) and Svyaznoy Group of Maxim Nogotkov (no. 82; with the fortune of $1.3 billion ) into a holding company have been suspended indefinitely.