In 2007, Green Mama, which produces "natural cosmetics", had a turnover of more than $60 million and was preparing for the IPO. In 2016, the turnover of the company did not exceed 2-3 million dollars, and it was in a pre-bankruptcy state.
The list includes Shuvalov's wife, Abramovich, a classmate of Putin and two deputies.
A major leakage of documents from the offshore register company Appleby.
Sberbank CIB experts were skeptical about the company's strategy.
Oleg Deripaska found himself in London without any problems.
Alcohol supplies to Russia have grown explosively.
Russian billionaires have grown rich by 22 billion dollars since the beginning of the year.
Russia continues to widen the gap between official inflation recorded by Rosstat and the rate of price growth, which is observed by citizens of the country.
Transneft was aware of the risk of losses from the deal with Sberbank, which caused litigation between the companies. The calculation was provided by the bank itself, without explaining either its essence or the speculative nature of the transaction, Transneft notes.
Mikhail Shelomov, a relative of President Putin, last year received an average income of 5.58 million rubles per calendar day.
The owner of the brands "Kirieshki", "Babkiny Seeds", "Chipsons", Denis Stengelov, became a dollar billionaire.
SMP Bank and Rossiya Bank, which are under sanctions, will be able to work with state-owned companies and the budget.
The Scandinavian company sold a stake in MegaFon to Gazprombank.
That's Bystrinsky mining and processing plant worth $1.5 billion.
Rusmoloko's minority shareholder Valery Glichiyans accused Promsvyazbank head, Dmitry Ananyev, of fraud and the deliberate bankruptcy of the dairy company.
Dmitry Pumpyanskiy's pipe company wants to reduce the debt burden, which now exceeds 4 EBITDA.
The Russian authorities continue to gradually return to the Soviet practice of multi-billion injections into the African and Asian regimes, despite the federal budget deficit, a reduction in pensions in real terms and a shortage of 266 billion rubles for doctors' salaries.
The Moscow Court of Appeals on October 30 denied Siemens an action to seize the equipment, which had been already delivered to Technopromexport.
The tallest Russian oligarch (204 centimeters) withdraws to cash from all his projects. NBA club Brooklyn Nets is no exception: the share of Mikhail Prokhorov is smaller than the Alibaba Group founder's Joseph Tsai.
The larger the base area and height, the larger the volume of the pyramid. According to this old rule of geometry, near-Moscow developer Andrey Birzhin is trying to create a business empire in St. Petersburg.
The Economist magazine again placed on the cover of a fresh issue a photo of Russian President Vladimir Putin. This time, journalists decided to reflect on the similarity of the president's policy with the rule of Russian monarchs. For clarity, Putin dressed in a stylized costume of a tsar.
Rostec's unit may be turned into a bank for the defense industry enterprises.
The developers of the antivirus say that they stole someone else's secrets accidentally and they will not do it any more.
How Poland is fighting a hopeless battle.
Roskosmos, earning on international launches of spacecraft, owes the state nearly 47 billion rubles. That sum was named by the Accounting Chamber and added to the budget by the Ministry of Finance. But now the money disappeared.
The autonomous republic asks to support it with 28 billion rubles.
Russian banks have published reports for the first nine months.
The company asks to withdraw guarantees from TMK IPSCO.