Mikhail Fridman

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The New Yorker
Deutsche Bank’s $10-Billion ScandalIn his mid-twenties, he arrived in Moscow. He already spoke Russian. His first
Deutsche Bank’s $10-Billion Scandal
The New Yorker / Posted 2 days ago
In his mid-twenties, he arrived in Moscow. He already spoke Russian. His first job was at Alfa-Bank, the private bank of Mikhail Fridman, the second-wealthiest man in Russia. When a salaried position did not materialize, he moved to a junior... Read more
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Reuters
Sale of $2.5 billion Vimpelcom stake still in planning stage: Telenor CEOscheme in Uzbekistan. Telenor has been in open conflict with Vimpelcom's other
Sale of $2.5 billion Vimpelcom stake still in planning stage: Telenor CEO
Reuters / Posted 5 days ago
scheme in Uzbekistan. Telenor has been in open conflict with Vimpelcom's other major shareholder, Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman, over control of Vimpelcom, to the point where it became a diplomatic issue between Oslo and Moscow. "We... Read more
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Quartz
Investors have placed a one-way bet on Uber—which made us want to find a way to short itwealth funds. Qatar invested an undisclosed sum. Saudi Arabia put up a whopping
Investors have placed a one-way bet on Uber—which made us want to find a way to short it
Quartz / Posted 18 days ago
wealth funds. Qatar invested an undisclosed sum. Saudi Arabia put up a whopping $3.5 billion, and Russian oligarch Mikhail Fridman has thrown in $200 million. Recently, Uber has been funded by a new kind of investor. But that is not all.... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Facing Kremlin full-court press, Nets owner pivots to Brooklynthe right side of the ever-changing line that the Kremlin defines as loyalty. S
Facing Kremlin full-court press, Nets owner pivots to Brooklyn
Crain's New York Business / Posted 20 days ago
the right side of the ever-changing line that the Kremlin defines as loyalty. Some billionaires, like Roman Abramovich and Mikhail Fridman, years ago pulled substantial holdings to Europe or the U.S., where the rules of the game are more... Read more

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