Russian Forbes changed its owner


Businessman Magomed Musaev became the new owner of the Forbes Russia magazine, the press service of the publisher of the ACMG group reported.

“Forbes Russia magazine has changed its owner. Businessman Magomed Musaev bought back 100% of the shares of As Rus Media from Alexander Fedotov, TASS quotes a press service representative on Thursday, August 30.

It is noted that Nikolai Mazurin will act as editor-in-chief. Nikolai Uskov, the former editor-in-chief of the journal, will return to the publication in a new position as editorial director.

Natalya Gandurina has been appointed publisher of Forbes in Russia. The brand owner, Forbes Media LLC, has extended the license to publish Forbes in Russia until 2023.

Uskov was relieved of his post as editor-in-chief of Forbes on June 9, 2018. Mazurin, who previously held the post of editor-in-chief, was appointed acting editor-in-chief. He also left this post on 27 July.

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