MOSCOW Uncertainty caused by the expansion of U.S. sanctions on Russia last year has pushed companies' share prices lower, prompting investment bankers to suggest their clients should delist from local and international exchanges.
MOSCOW U.S. satellite start-up OneWeb has offered to sell a minority stake to Russia, a move it hopes will allay Moscow's concerns about the company's plan to create a worldwide internet network using satellites, three sources familiar with the matter said.
MOSCOW Russia plans to impose stiffer fines on technology firms that fail to comply with Russian laws, sources familiar with the plans said, raising the stakes in the Kremlin's fight with global tech giants such as Facebook and Google. | Video
MOSCOW Russia has drawn up draft legislation aimed at stopping leaks of personal information from state agencies, a step that follows publication of details of Russians allegedly involved in clandestine intelligence operations abroad. | Video
MOSCOW Russian authorities ordered two mobile operators to cut most access to mobile data services in the region of Ingushetia as protesters were massing outside government offices there, according to a document from the state telecoms regulator.
MOSCOW Russian cybersecurity company Group IB is to open a global headquarters in Singapore this year or in early next as part of international expansion plans, Chief Executive Ilya Sachkov said.
MOSCOW Megafon, Russia's No. 2 mobile phone operator, is suing Hewlett Packard Enterprise in a California court over major outages on its cellular network, court documents showed.
MOSCOW, Nov 6 Megafon, Russia's No. 2
mobile phone operator, is suing Hewlett Packard Enterprise
in a California court, over major outages on its
cellular network, court documents show.