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In a Sign, Yandex Raises IPO Price

The country’s most popular search engine Yandex has increased its price guidance for its New York IPO scheduled for Tuesday, with the possibility to raise up to $1.4 billion, which would make it the world’s largest tech IPO this year.

Mikhalkov Loses His Flashing Blue Light

Oscar-winning director Nikita Mikhalkov will have to navigate Moscow's traffic jams as a regular motorist now that he has lost his road privileges provided by the Defense Ministry.

Lavrov Welcomes Libyan Rebels

A week after talks with an envoy for Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov held talks with representatives of the country's opposition Monday.

4 Detained, One Dead in Bombing Case

Law enforcement agencies have killed an Islam convert believed responsible for the twin bombings of police buildings in Volgograd last month, and detained four alleged accomplices, the Investigative Committee said Monday.

Dubinin Tipped to Chair VTB’s Board

A former Central Bank head is likely to become the new chairman of the supervisory board at state bank VTB as part of the Kremlin's measures to improve the investment climate, a presidential adviser said Monday.

Survey Shows Details of Urban Life

The conventional wisdom that "Moscow is not Russia" is confirmed by a recent Cushman & Wakefield report on retail facilities and spending around the country.

Liberals Hope OSCE Can Help Duma Bid

Four liberal opposition politicians asked the Justice Ministry to register a new political party that would seek to revert the presidential term to four years, free jailed former Yukos CEO Mikhail Khodorkovsky and ease the rules for registering parties.

City Hall Intends to Introduce Mandatory Polygraph Testing

The Moscow Times
City Hall plans to introduce mandatory polygraph testing for all employees, legally requiring all Moscow government staff to follow members of its state tender commissions who take the tests on a voluntary basis.

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