MOSCOW The fortunes of Russian aluminum tycoon Oleg Deripaska have taken a stomach-churning plunge on the rollercoaster of world markets over the past two years, but he says an upward turn is just around the corner.
MOSCOW One of the architects of Russia's chaotic transition to capitalism, Anatoly Chubais is bidding to remodel the economy once again with $10 billion in state cash to foster high-technology companies.
MOSCOW European companies looking to the behemoth on their doorstep, Russia, as a source of sales growth will have to combine great patience and local nous to make their investments pay
MOSCOW Russia unveiled a beefed-up $50 billion privatization plan on Wednesday in the face of opposition from company managers and an investment climate soured by a feud between the country's top tycoons. | Video
MOSCOW The rise of fascism is Russia's single biggest threat and could rip the country apart unless checked, the architect of Russia's post-Soviet economic reforms warned on Wednesday. | Video
MOSCOW Russia's No. 3 oil company TNK-BP may try to buy Vietnamese assets from its co-owner BP as it sells down its portfolio to pay damages in the Gulf of Mexico, company executives said on Wednesday.
MOSCOW Russia may be facing parliamentary and presidential elections over the next 18 months but investors need not worry -- the results are entirely predictable and policy will not change.
MOSCOW The two billionaires who co-own Norilsk Nickel clashed at the Reuters Russia Summit, trading accusations ranging from abuse of funds to mismanagement but said the Kremlin would stay out of their brawl. | Video
MOSCOW Russian firms are looking for investment opportunities in overseas markets such as Africa as an appetite grows for bigger deals in the aftermath of the financial crisis, one of Russia's top bankers said on Wednesday. | Video
LONDON Russia's biggest lender Sberbank may be the jewel in the crown of the country's planned $50 billion of state asset sales over the coming five years, Moscow-based financiers said Wednesday. | Video
MOSCOW Vimpelcom's CEO sees pursuing acquisitions in the global telecoms sector as "more relevant than ever" as speculation persists that he is talking to Egypt's Naguib Sawiris about a purchase of his assets.