MOSCOW Russian internet company Mail.Ru and state lender Sberbank have finalised the terms of a joint food and taxi platform and plan to invest 64.6 billion rubles ($1 billion) in the business, Mail.Ru said on Tuesday.
MOSCOW A Siberian ride-hailing firm that allows customers to haggle over their fares is investing to beef up its presence in Moscow, a market dominated by New York-listed internet giant Yandex and Uber , its founder said.
MOSCOW Sberbank has agreed to buy Gazprombank's holding stake in internet company Mail.ru as Russia's largest lender continues its transformation under Chief Executive German Gref into a banking-to-online services company.
MOSCOW Russia's leading telecoms operators have asked the government to subsidize their purchases of equipment they need to comply with a new data storage law, a letter seen by Reuters showed.
MOSCOW Russian internet group Yandex raised its 2019 revenue forecast for a third time on Friday after strong third-quarter growth, but its shares fell after an earnings call provided little clarity on its response to a draft foreign ownership law.
* CEO Arkady Volozh remains "extremely committed" to Yandex
MOSCOW Russia and China will sign a cooperation treaty aimed at combating illegal content on the Internet this month, Russia's state communications watchdog said on Tuesday, an example of deepening cooperation between the powers.
MOSCOW, Oct 8 Russia and China will sign a
cooperation treaty aimed at combating illegal content on the
Internet this month, Russia's state communications watchdog said
on Tuesday, an example of deepening cooperation between the
Russian internet giant Yandex is launching a video streaming service aimed at rivaling Google's YouTube that will allow users to publish videos on its personal recommendation platform Yandex Zen, the company said on Friday.
MOSCOW China's Huawei has begun talks with Russia about installing Russian operating system (OS) Aurora on 360,000 of its tablets to conduct Russia's population census next year, two sources told Reuters.