• Russia's Lebedev Files Complaints Over Search

    Russia's Lebedev Files Complaints Over Search

    Russian billionaire Alexander Lebedev said he doesn't think a search by masked police that paralyzed his bank for hours last week was politically motivated and has filed a slew of court and other complaints in protest.

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    November 13, 2010 at 11:15 // Source: "The Wall Street Journal". 12.11.10

  • Lebedev: raid not political

    Lebedev: raid not political

    In the days since Russian oligarch Alexander Lebedev had his bank’s headquarters raided by armed police last week, conspiracy theorists have been busy trying to work out why it happened. The question is of more than passing concern even to those with no interest in the affairs of the ebullient Lebedev, an independent-minded ex-KGB man who has dared from time to time to criticise the Kremlin.

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    November 11, 2010 at 12:03 // Source: "Financial Times". 10.11.10

  • Lightning strikes twice

    Lightning strikes twice

    Media magnate Alexander Lebedev suffered a double whammy last week, as police raided his bank in Moscow and his elite hotel in Ukraine – in seemingly unrelated cases.

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    November 11, 2010 at 11:47 // Source: "The Moscow News". 08.11.10

  • scores biggest monthlyrise scores biggest monthlyrise enjoyed the biggest month-on-month rise in average daily browsers among national newspaper websites in September, while topped 2 million on the same metric for the first time. However, Mail Online remained the UK’s most visited newspaper site in September, in both daily average browsers and monthly users, for the ninth month running, according to the latest figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations Electronic published today.

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    November 10, 2010 at 11:58 // Source: MediaGuardian. 28.11.10