The world's largest yacht show was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. It was attended by boats of the richest Russians.
Dmitry Rybolovlev “took off” the money and drove off to Monaco, “scoring” it for an environmental and social catastrophe. And the son of Dmitry Mazepin spins at parties during the mourning for the dead miners, while dad brings the strategic company to permanent losses.
The son-in-law of Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev, 38-year-old Juan Sartori became the youngest elected senator of Uruguay.
A businessman bought an estate in Palm Beach in 2008 for $ 95 million. Dividing it into three parts and selling them separately, he earned about 13 million.
According to Prince Albert II, a businessman should abandon a football club if his guilt is proven.
The Russian oligarch, who fled back to Moscow, did not split during the interrogation in the neighborhood of the Monaco guards. This was announced by his lawyer.
The owner of the club "Monaco" has not yet begun to throw behind bars.
The Russian oligarch was arrested in a corruption and "influence trading" case.
The 75-meter yacht, named after the daughter of a Russian oligarch, was sold for $ 75 million.
Vice-president of "Monaco" Vadim Vasiliev at a lecture at the business school RMA told how the club functions where the star of the French national team Kiliana Mbappa was raised.
Italian media called Dmitry Rybolovlev one of the contenders for the football club Milan. But more chances to become the owner of the club from the American hedge fund Elliot Management, issued last year a loan for the purchase of "Milan" from the family of Silvio Berlusconi.
Former owner of Uralkali and possible investigator of the investigation of Robert Mueller Dmitry Rybolovlev for several years invested several hundred million dollars in American startups related to biotechnology and medicine.
Forbes presented the rating of the heirs of the richest businessmen of Russia for the third time. The first place was taken by Yusuf Alekperov, the second place was occupied by the children of Leonid Mikhelson, "bronze" - in the son and daughter of Andrei Melnichenko.
The Russian billionaire will soon enter the elite club of Russian businessmen with yachts over 100 meters long.
The collapse of the former owner of Uralkali may hit important figures in the administrations of Russia and the United States.
The Greek government gave a "green light" to the project on the birthday of the Russian businessman. Investments can amount to 120 million euros.
Russian billionaires began selling boats less than a hundred meters in length.
During the auction at Christie's auction, Leonardo da Vinci's "Savior of the World" went up four times and was sold for 450.3 million dollars. The canvas belonged to Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev, he bought it for $ 127 million.
Over the last 6 years, Russian oligarch Dmitry Rybolovlev has spent from 4 to 5 billion dollars on art, real estate and football club. When the ex-owner of Uralkali ran out of funds, he was asked to leave Monaco.
President and owner of the football club "Monaco", Dmitry Rybolovlev, may be forced to leave the small principality because of a corruption scandal.
The Minister of Justice of Monaco resigned because of the case of billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev: the official was suspected of patronizing the business of the odious Russian oligarch.
The investment of the owner of FC Monaco in Alevo, the developer of energy storage systems based on lithium batteries, was estimated at $36 million.
Another example of the "cleverness" of the Russian nouveaux riches: buying expensive real estate in the West only to unsuccessfully try to sell it at a price several times less.
In total, the billionaire invested about $2 billion in art works, having purchased 38 works, including paintings by Picasso and Leonardo da Vinci.
What the Russian oligarchs use to move their bodies around the world.
O1 group is left without credit and without savings.
Ex-owner of Uralkali will launder the criminal money in dubious company Alevo.
The billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev sued one of the most famous entrepreneurs in the global art market, Swiss Yves Bouvier, with claims amounting to more than half a billion dollars.