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President Vucic’s resignation as head of the ruling SNS fails to end demands for political change in weekend of protests.
Electric supercar producer now developing €450mn urban mobility system with fully autonomous electric vehicles.
Rival Tapsi says it has used a SIM card wheeze to monitor internal information and capture drivers.
After 13 years, TF-X project yet to come up with propulsion technology, yet president presenting “fifth generation” aircraft prototype as prestigious achievement.
Putin took time out from meetings with Chinese President Xi Jinping who had just arrived in Moscow for a three-day state visit to speak to lawmakers from more than 40 African countries and woo them with generous promises of economic and military aid
On New Year’s eve in Yakutia with temperatures below -40C, all the city's taxi companies tripled their fares on the same day. “It was a cartel,” says Tomsky. So he set up a taxi app that allows users to negotiate prices.
Couriers for the food delivery service are pressing for better wages. Management calls their organising tactics “offensive” and “aggressive”.
Ahmad Mammadli thinks post-war Azerbaijan is fertile ground for new, radical political movements. However, he also fears his arrest might be a harbinger of a new wave of political repression.
The chaos and the hike in prices are a huge embarrassment to Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who introduced the cap in November last year to ease rising inflation before the election.
Yandex's Board is meeting to discuss re-structuring plans. The Board has already announced that it hopes to divest most of its Russian business, with hopes of maintaining four key startups and developing them outside of Russia.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has caused a tsunami of M&A deals as Russia’s private companies scramble to restructure their businesses. Yandex, Russia's internet giant, will be the biggest victim and it will cost investors billions of dollars.
After Vladimir Putin escalated the war in Ukraine with a mobilisation order, thousands of Russians are trying to enter Georgia to avoid being drafted and sent to the front lines in the war in Ukraine.
Tech major Yandex announces its exit from the news aggregation business through a deal to offload Yandex.news and Yandex.zen to internet rival VK in return for grocery delivery service Delivery Club. The deal will help Yandex out of a tricky bind.
The EU's sanctions against Yandex co-founder Arkady Volozh have ruffled some feathers in Russia's business community and abroad. Yandex's international reach and shareholder base and Volozh's distance from the Kremlin make him an unlikely target.
Ride-hailing app Snapp! said to be near to claiming $1bn valuation.
Fresh prohibitions have crushed hopes that newly appointed 40-year-old president Serdar Berdimuhamedov would pursue a more enlightened path.
Yandex, the Russian digital giant whose Nasdaq stock trading has been suspended since February 28, laid off over two dozen US-based workers last month.
Avolon among launch customers for up to 1,000 zero-emission electrical vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft being developed by New York-listed Vertical Aerospace.
Russia's Ministry of Transport wants to compel taxi services to hand over information about rides to the intelligence agencies. The bill also proposes a set of other curbs on Russia's largely unregulated taxi segment.
Sources say that Yandex is in talks to sell its media services amid a trend for consolidating established assets among Russian IT players. This will help the company to avoid getting caught between the demands of Russian regulation and stakeholders.