Yuri Milner (born 11 November 1961)

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In the spring of 1995, Milner was appointed CEO of Alliance-Menatep, an investment brokerage company belonging to then oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky (6 3 ).

In February 2001, netBridge and Port.ru (which owned Mail.ru) announced a merger. Milner became CEO of the new company named Mail.ru

From January 2003 to December 2004, Milner was the CEO of “Neftyanoi”, owned by Igor Linshits

Spouse(s) Julia Bochkova (m. 2004)
Children 3 daughters

In Fortune’s 2010 list of the world’s fifty most prominent businessmen, Milner was ranked 46th. That same year Russian business magazine Vedomosti recognized him as “Businessman of the Year”

On 16 September 2010, Digital Sky Technologies (DST) changed its name to “Mail.ru Group”. The group’s portfolio included Mail.ru, Odnoklassniki.ru, ICQ, a minority stake in the social network VKontakte (Russian Facebook equivalent), online payments service OSMP.ru, e‑Port, as well as some other Russian assets. Milner’s commercial interests in Facebook, Zynga, and Groupon were transferred to DST Global. Milner became the CEO of DST Global and the chairman of the board of directors of Mail.ru Group. In November 2010, Mail.ru Group held its offering on the London Stock Exchange

In 2010 Mail.ru Group completed successful initial public offering on the London Stock Exchange with market valuation of $5.6 billion

Foreign Policy magazine included Milner on its “Power List” – an inaugural list of the 500 most powerful people on the planet in May 2013

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