Russian Forbes bought the son of the former head of Dagestan

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Mohammed, Myselfto: Vasily Shaposhnikov / Kommersant

The Russian version of Forbes magazine moved the businessman Magomed Musayev, according to the Rambler News Service with reference to the press service of the media group ACMG, which previously owned the magazine.

Musayev bought from the owner of the ACMG, Alexandra Fedotova 100 percent of the company “AC RUS MEDIA”, which publishes the journal.

“As part of the transaction, the copyright holder of the brand, Forbes Media LLC, will extend until 2023 the license to publish Forbes in Russia”, — stated in the message of the media group.

Previously, “Kommersant” called the Musayev brother-in-law Ramazan Abdulatipov, 2013 to October 2017 head of Dagestan.

Sources of the newspaper “Vedomosti” reported that the new owner will return to the magazine Nikolay Uskov, the dismissed editor-in-chief in June, and former Director General Natalya Gandurina. She again will be the publisher of Forbes, and Uskov — the editorial Director. The acting editor-in-chief and appointed Nikolay Mazurin. He has held this position since leaving Uskova, then it was replaced by the main editors of Forbes Life Andrei Zolotov.

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