How the financial success of Russian Railways is connected with the skills of the management of the state corporation.
Government's pride that Russia produces, as a typical third-world country, more coal, and carries it in ever larger quantities for ever greater distances, looks rather strange in modern conditions.
The son of the Attorney General carved up the budgets of Russian Railways.
What brought the replacement of Vladimir Yakunin with Oleg Belozerov for the customers?
The entities of Arkady Rotenberg's son Igor and friends of top-managers of Russian Railways now work for the state monopoly.
Summa Group owned by a controversial businessman Ziyavudin Magomedov is offered to sell assets to pay off its debts.
Oleg Belozerov earned 86.2 million rubles in 2015; his predecessor, Vladimir Yakunin, never published such information.
Why the change in leadership of Russian Railways will not make the natural monopoly "closer to the people"