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Russian billionaire AlexanderLebedev, owner of two leading British newspapers, punched a man in the face during a television debate on the financial crisis to be aired on Sunday.... - 09.20.2011, Metacafe
01.11.2013 [guardian] - …BT chief hails early take-up for £1bn sports TV channel. B5 Comment. B2AlexanderLebedev struggles to fund the Independent. B5Financial TimesJury told of News of the World editors…
30.10.2013 [guardian] - …'They've got all they want,' says not-so-rich AlexanderLebedev … There was a time when AlexanderLebedev's fortune ran into billions, but these days his claims are rather more modest. "We are now the biggest exporter in the whole of Russia of the flakes used to make mashed potato," said the former KGB…
24.11.2011 [CITY A.M.] - His predecessor, Peter Williams, was slapped down when he made a similar point in 2009, shortly after the group sold the London Evening Standard to AlexanderLebedev. The group had “crossed the rubicon”, he said at the time, before his remarks were
18.11.2011 [The Guardian] - The Dublin-based group, which sold the Independent and Independent on Sunday to Russian oligarch AlexanderLebedev last April, revised its expectations for full-year operating profits down to €74m (£63m) from €78m. The company had forecast between €78m
AlexanderLebedev - Media mogul indicates editor Simon Kelner could leave shortly to head anti-corruption foundation the billionaire is setting up.
AlexanderLebedev admitted on Thursday that he found the Daily Mail 'more entertaining' than his own newspaper the Independent, and indicated that its veteran editor could leave shortly to head a foundation the billionaire is setting up aimed at exposing global corruption.
The Russian proprietor and media mogul said the Independent was in danger of being
In London newsrooms and bars where journalists drink, rumours persist that AlexanderLebedev, the Russian oligarch who owns a majority stake in the London Evening Standard, is close to clinching a deal to buy the Independent and Independent on Sunday.