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Top 3 Golden Parachutes In Russia
After the media spread the news of Rostelecom's CEO RUR200 million golden parachute, the public outcry forced the government to look for ways to control the unbelievable awards that senior managers receive at the expense of Russian taxpayers. Click here to see who's on top of the table, ahead of Alexander Provotorov.


Rostelecom-Siberia: More Internet Subscribers
450 thousand inhabitants of Siberia were connected to the Internet via optical technologies of "Rostelecom". The number of subscribers of "Rostelecom" OJSC in the Siberian Federal District connected to the Internet via GPON and ETTH optical technologies exceeded 450,000. The greatest number of customers connected via optical technologies live in the Krasnoyarsk Territory (about 101 thousand), Novosibirsk Oblast (over 92 thousand) and the Altai Territory (about 54 thousand).
Wi-fi Started Working On Moscows Ground Transportation
25 buses, trolleybuses and trams in Moscow have got access to the Internet. It is possible to find out there is a free internet in land transport you are riding on by a "Access and ride label inside the cabin.
Rostelecom's New CEO Says No to Golden Parachute
Rostelecom's new CEO left the golden parachute clause out of his contract after the former head had reportedly got more than 200 million, or $7 million, when he quit in March.
Big-3 Share Concerns Ahead of Possible Tele2, Rostelecom Merger
The shares of Russias leading telecom operators have slid on the news that VTB has closed the deal to purchase Tele2 Russia, the fourth largest company in the nations booming industry.
Rostelecom Under Fire for Disappointing 2012 Results
Rostelecom has been heavily criticized by the Russian Communications Minister amid lackluster financials results.
Rostelecom Ex-CEO Pledged to Spend Golden Parachute on Charity
Alexander Provotorov, now former CEO of Rostelecom, will spend most of his 229 million bonuses on charity.
Rotenberg Buys Rostelecom Stake
Arkady Rotenberg acquires a stake in Rostelecom from Konstantin Malofeev for an undisclosed amount.
Prokhorov's Onexim Sells Polyus Gold to Buy Rostelecom
Billionaire Prokhorovs Onexim group has sold 37.78 percent of Polyus Gold to two companies.
Billionaire Prokhorov's Onexim Eyes Rostelecom Stake
Onexim, an investment firm closely linked to billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov, is seeking a stake in Rostelecom, says Vedomosti.

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