Company Overview of ZAO Kommersant Publishing House
ZAO Kommersant Publishing House operates as a newspaper publishing company in Russia. It offers newspapers, and weekly and monthly magazines. The company was founded in 1988 and is based in Moscow, Russian Federation.
4 Vrubel' Street
Founded in 1988
Key Executives for ZAO Kommersant Publishing House
Head Editor of the Joint Editorial Department, Director and Editor-in-Chief of Kommersant-Ukraina Newspaper
Editor-In-Chief of Kommersant Newspaper
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
ZAO Kommersant Publishing House Key Developments
Kommersant Appoints Sergei Yakovlev as Editor-In-Chief
Nov 17 14
Sergei Yakovlev, editor-in-chief of Kommersant-Dengi magazine, has been appointed editor-in-chief of Kommersant newspaper. Yakovlev began working at Kommersant Publishing House in 1997. He had been editor-in-chief of Kommersant-Dengi [Kommersant-Money] since 1999.
Rambler&Co Is In Talks To Buy Sekret Firmy From Kommersant
Nov 17 14
Rambler&Co is holding talks to buy business magazine Sekret Firmy (Firm's Secret) from ZAO Kommersant Publishing House, the house's President Vladimir Zhelonkin and Rambler&Co's Public Relation Director Sofiya Ivanova said on November 17, 2014. “We are holding the talks; they are at an initial stage. We are negotiating the sale of the whole asset, not a part of it. We are unable to say now when the asset will be sold," Zhelonkin said. Zhelonkin and Ivanova declined to provide more details, reported Prime - Business Newswire (Russia).
Kommersant Publishing House Fails To Seek A Buyer
Feb 6 14
ZAO Kommersant Publishing House failed to find a purchaser for its Ukrainian subsidiary newspaper. Kommersant Publishing now wills not its subsidiary, Pavel Filenkov, Chief Executive Officer of kommersant said. Earlier there was a possible sale because of its unprofitability. Pavel Filenkov, said, “We’d like to sell the project or a share in it if we had a purchaser but we don’t have it at present and are not holding talks with anyone. The probability of selling it any time soon is practically zero.” He also added, "We said earlier we’re interested in getting a local investor but we don’t have a partner of this kind who would keep the editorial policies intact now and we are not holding talks with anyone on the issue." Kommersant considered an opportunity to sell its Ukraine project to a local partner for $ 10 million to $ 20 million.
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