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  • D&B classifies financial condition as strong.

    16 September 2003 | Press Release

    The Dun & Bradstreet Rating for DataArt has been improved as the analysis of the financial statement supports a higher rating. The payment information in D&B's file indicates that the majority of DataArt's obligations are retired satisfactorily. According to the D&B classification, DataArt's...

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  • The Caviar of Software Development, With Vodka, At TECHXNY Expo

    10 September 2003 | Press Release

    DataArt will be helping visitors to understand the benefits and issues of offshore custom software development, with the help of some vodka, at the upcoming TECHXNY expo on September 16-18 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York. Offshore custom software development is a hot topic...

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  • Who wants to be a millionaire

    15 January 2002 | Media

    BBC (www.bbc.co.uk) Interview with Peter Atalla, founder of StudentNet In three years Peter has made and lost a Ј10m company, been promoted to managing director of Serano in London and has just founded the UK branch of Russian based company DataArt which will be worth $250 - $350 million in five...

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  • Challenge and Promise in the Wild East

    19 November 2001 | Media

    By Martha Lagace Russia and Central and Eastern Europe remain full of promise, but the hurdles persist for ambitious businesspeople, according to a panel of seasoned experts at the Europe Business Conference 2001. Download PDF ...

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  • Mail.ru - 500,000 Users Can't Be Wrong

    2 November 1999 | Media

    If you've got a computer, you probably use email. And if you use email, there's a 50 percent chance your address ends in Mail.ru. In September the most popular postal system in Russia, which incidentally is also from St. Petersburg, celebrated its first anniversary - today it has over 500,000 users,...

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  • Russian-Language Web Portal Blooms

    29 October 1999 | Media

    By Brian Humphreys An e-mail service offered by the 10-month-old Port.ru has bloomed into the biggest provider in Russia, with well over half a million subscribers, the company said. The service, Mail.ru, is similar to other popular, free Internet mail services, like Hotmail and Yahoo!, but is tailored...

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