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Microsoft steps up support of Russian IT
Microsoft steps up support of Russian IT
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The firm has opened a new $15m tech center in Moscow and committed £1m to research at Moscow State University.

Computers at work, tablets at bedtime: how 61m Russians use the net
Computers at work, tablets at bedtime: how 61m Russians use the net
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Yandex is the #1 site and Muscovites are obsessed with online maps. More interesting stats from a Rus-infographic.

AddVenture to help Chefmarket expand throughout Russia
AddVenture to help Chefmarket expand throughout Russia
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This is the first investment round raised by the Moscow-based food site.

Alexander Galitsky named entrepreneur of the year
Alexander Galitsky named entrepreneur of the year
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Galitsky will represent Russia in the final of Ernst and Young's global competition, to be held in Monaco in June.

Moscow Metro wifi proves very popular
Moscow Metro wifi proves very popular
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Free Wi-Fi on the Moscow Metro's Kakhovska line has been used by 500,000 people in its first two months.

Bolshoi Gorod wins Russia's first Editors' Lab hackathon
Bolshoi Gorod wins Russia's first Editors' Lab hackathon
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The two day innovation contest for news media brought 13 teams from across Russia to the RIA Novosti Press Center.

Ebay now one of Russia's top online retailers
Ebay now one of Russia's top online retailers
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A new infographic based on monthly visits indicates that Ozon is the most popular online retailer, followed by ebay

What's the cheapest place to launch a startup?
What's the cheapest place to launch a startup?
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This infographic shows how much it costs to run a startup in 12 cities from Russia and the CIS.

Lack of investment holds back Moscow's talented tech-sector
Lack of investment holds back Moscow's talented tech-sector
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Moscow scores highly for talent but poorly for investment, while Kiev is a top-20 destination for research and testing.

St Petersburg improves competitiveness, Moscow stays the same
St Petersburg improves competitiveness, Moscow stays the same
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Moscow remained 59th in Citigroup's Hotspots 2025 report, while St Petersburg rose 15 places to 92nd.

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