22.08.2012 [BBC News] - Zingarevich says he is excited by the potential growth of the club, and has dismissed suggestions that his father Boris Zingarevich - who is said to be worth £3.4billion - is part-financing the venture. "It is financed by the company that I own, and
12.08.2012 [The Independent] - The "secretive" figure was named as Boris Zingarevich (Anton's father), who would inject £20m into the club, enabling them to keep the young star Wayne Rooney and "become a fourth force in the Premiership behind Manchester United, Arsenal and
21.08.2012 [The Guardian (blog)] - Artem Savko, a spokesman for Ilim, Boris Zingarevich's pulp and paper firm, : "Ilim has nothing to do with Reading, nor football," and a source close to Zingarevich said he has nothing to do with the Reading acquisition. Anton is understood to be
14.08.2012 [ABC News (blog)] - Ener1 (failed)…. $ 118 Million…AFTER Ener1 received the stimulus money it was Sold to Russian Businessman Boris Zingarevich, who has ties with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, who has “Flexibility” with Obama SunPower (failed)……….. $ 80 Million
10.08.2012 [Reuters] - Earlier this year, Ener1 Inc, another battery maker that received a government green technology grant, emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy under the control of Russian investor Boris Zingarevich. New York-based Ener1 is also a joint-venture partner in
Anton Zingarevich (Russian: Антон Зингаревич) is a Russian businessman best known for ... Zingarevich is the son of Boris Zingarevich, a Russian multi-billionaire. At the age of 16, Zingarevich began education at Bearwood College, near ...
Mr. Boris Zingarevich has been Deputy General Director of Ilim Pulp since 2000 and served as its in charge of the operational management. Mr. Zingarevich serves as Owner at Bzinfin, S.A. Mr. Zingarevich is Co Founder of Open Joint-Stock Company ILIM Group in 1992 and has been its ...
09.04.2012 [American Thinker (blog)] - Boris Zingarevich was an investor in Ener1 when Obama's team gave it over $100 million dollars and when the company went bankrupt he seized control through the bankruptcy process. Now the technology-develop with taxpayer dollars-is freely available to