Russia’s Mail.Ru Group Sells Its 40% Share In Russia’s Largest Freelance Marketplace

Posted on Nov 6 2012 - 4:56am by Editorial Staff

According to a blog post by Free-lance’s director Vasily Voropaev – via The Next Web – the Russian internet giant Mail.Ru Group has sold its 40% share in Russia’s one of the biggest freelance marketplace, which turned out to be profitable. The shares were halve by Mail.Ru Group while other halve by its subsidiary

“As was planned in 2007, Mail.Ru [Group] and have sold their stock to guys from the pharmaceutical [business],” wrote Voropaev in his blog, adding that “one of the new stockholders is a very big public businessman, the other is no less big, but not public.”

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