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Mail.Ru Says Lev Khasis Appointed New Director To Board
Russia's Mail.ru, Sberbank Complete Deal To Set Up JV On Food-Delivery And Ride-Hailing Services
Mail.ru Group Announces Deal To Create Russian Online-To-Offline Services Platform
Mail.ru Group Limited is an Internet company, which offers a range of online communication products and entertainment services. The Company's segments include Email, Portal and IM; VKontakte (VK); Social Networks (ex VK); Online Games, and Search, E-Commerce and Other Services. It participates in businesses that operate in the Internet segment, including portals, social networking and communications, online marketplaces, massively multiplayer online games (MMO games), social and mobile games. The Email, Portal and IM segment includes e-mail, instant messaging services and the mail.ru portal together with media projects. The Social Networks (ex VK) segment includes Odnoklassniki (OK) and My World social networks. The Online Games segment comprises its browser-based, client-based, mobile and social games. The VK segment includes the VK.com social network. The Search, E-Commerce and Other Services segment includes search services, e-commerce and certain other projects.
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Sberbank <SBER.MM> has agreed to buy Gazprombank's <GZPRI.MM> holding stake in internet company Mail.ru <MAILRq.L> as Russia's largest lender continues its transformation under Chief Executive German Gref into a banking-to-online services company.
Russia's Gazprombank is in the early stage of talks to sell its indirect stake in Russian internet company Mail.ru Group Ltd to Sberbank, Russia's largest lender, a banking source and a source close to Mail.ru told Reuters on Monday.
* Alibaba Group, Megafon, Mail.ru Group and Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) close a joint venture deal.
Russian internet group Mail.ru <MAILRq.L> has teamed up with investment firm Proxima Capital to buy a controlling stake in car-sharing operator YouDrive, which it may fold into its planned food and taxi joint venture with state-run Sberbank.
Russian internet firm Mail.ru Group has bought a controlling stake in car sharing operator YouDrive jointly with investment company Proxima Capital, Mail.ru said in a statement on Thursday.
Tencent-backed Chinese video game publisher iDreamSky Technology Holdings and Russian tech firm Mail.ru Group's games unit said on Thursday that they would establish a long-term partnership to expand their global presence.
Tencent-backed Chinese video game publisher iDreamSky Technology Holdings and Russian tech firm Mail.ru Group's games unit said on Thursday that they will be establishing a long-term partnership to expand their global presence.
Tencent-backed Chinese video game publisher iDreamSky Technology Holdings and Russian tech firm Mail.ru Group are forming an alliance, in a move that will help Mail.ru expand its gaming footprint in China, two sources said.
Russia's Sberbank and internet firm Mail.ru said on Thursday they would invest up to 64 billion roubles (£811.7 million) in a new joint platform for taxi services and food, as online sales in the country gather pace.
Russia's Sberbank and internet firm Mail.ru said on Thursday they signed a letter of intent to launch a joint platform in transportation and food to create a "last mile" delivery player.
Russian internet group Mail.Ru said on Thursday its third-quarter revenue rose 32 percent year on year to 17.7 billion roubles (210 million pounds).
China's largest e-commerce firm, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd has joined forces with a state fund and two technology firms in Russia, hoping that access to their client base of more than 100 million people will boost its development.
China's largest e-commerce firm, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, has set up a joint venture with the Russian Direct Investment Fund, mobile operator Megafon and internet group Mail.ru , the companies said on Tuesday.
Russia's Mail.ru Group said on Thursday its second-quarter revenue was up 30.2 pct in year-on-year terms to 17 billion roubles ($270.9 million).
* revenue and EBITDA forecasts for 2018 remain unchanged when not taking into account its purchase of ESforce, one of the largest eSports businesses globally, in Q1;
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