Runa Capital’s Ilya Zubarev believes that Rocketbank can success on a global scale. “We are confident that RocketBank has the potential to gain recognition among millions of clients around the world,” he stated.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says Edward Snowden, who is wanted in the U.S. for espionage, has not committed a crime in Russia and thus will not be extradited back to the U.S.
After missing his flight out of Moscow to Havana, Snowden may still be in Russia, hiding from U.S. authorities or anyone who would extradite him to his home country.
Studying abroad for cheap isn’t easy to do no matter what country you live in. Now Russia has WeStudy.In, a new site dedicated to helping Russian students study in the U.S., Europe, or Australia.
Editor’s Pick In the U.S. startup landscape, there is no shortage of business-focused startups. From a cursory look, it appears Europe also has enterprise-startup fever.
Suit Up describes itself as “the first 3D online fitting room” and already has impressive traction with huge brands.
Losing your keys is awful. Bunch’s hardware and iOS app could fix that problem.
Moscow is known for many things: majestic architecture, politics, and its concentration of the world’s billionaires. Another thing it is becoming known for: its burgeoning tech scene.
Guest Post Protests in Russia last week have dominated international news, and talking heads have been eager to explain how this is evidence of an increasingly divided and unstable Russia. Although the political response has not been as graceful as it could have been, the restraint the government has shown in regards to the protesters is encouraging, especially compared to how similar protests were met in Syria, Libya, or Egypt.