[Christian Science Monitor] - Mikhail Prokhorov, the billionaire owner of the New Jersey Nets basketball team who's running for president as the only avowed liberal on the ballot, headed his own group of well-organized and vocal supporters. "This is the most massive protest action
[SB Nation] - A spokesperson for Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov told SB Nation's NetsDaily on Tuesday that the eccentric billionaire is not interested in purchasing any other sports teams, eliminating any hope that he could buy the team and put them in his new
[CBSSports.com] - "[Mikhail] Prokhorov definitely offers worldwide marketing opportunities. Going to Dallas and playing with Dirk [Nowitzki], who's not an egomaniac -- that could make sense. Going to LA with Kobe? I just don't see it." Aware of Howard's world view and
Mikhail Prokhorov is still open to offers for the Brooklyn Nets , but a spokesperson for the Russian billionaire said Tuesday no sale is imminent. ''There is nothing imminent in terms of a sale of any stake in the team.' , WochitNews
[Voice of America (blog)] - She tittered at every attempted joke by her TV interview guest, Mikhail Prokhorov. Russia's tall, lean, bad boy bachelor billionaire is running for President. To understand Russian politics, it is sometimes simplest just to turn off the sound.
[Newsday] - Click here Prokhorov the Russian Eminem 4 m ago By Bobby Bonett Nets owner and Russian presidential candidate Mikhail Prokhorov was on Russian television the other day. Naturally, he rapped. In it, he references Jay-Z, yells "Mikhail Prokhorov on the
[Te Interesa] - El último multimillonario ruso en poner sus ojos en un equipo de fútbol es el magnate de la metalurgia Mikhail Prokhorov. Según publica el diario portugués ´A Bola´, Prokhorov estaría interesado en invertir en el Sporting de Lisboa, un histórico del
[RT] - Independent presidential candidate Mikhail Prokhorov has announced the start of a project to create a new multimillion-member party. Most political heavyweights say the project will fail, just like Prokhorov's attempt with the Right Cause party.
Mikhail Dmitrievitch Prokhorov (Russian: Михаи́л Дми́триевич Про́хоров, IPA: [mʲɪxɐˈil ˈdmʲitrʲɪjɪvʲɪtɕ ˈproxərəf]; born 3 May 1965) is a Russian billionaire, political activist, and former owner of the Brooklyn Nets.
Known for: Owner of the ONEXIM Group and the Occupation: Businessman, politician
Born: Mikhail Dmitrievitch Prokhorov; 3 May Mikhail Prokhorov · Villa Leopolda · Party of Growth
[Animal Politico] la cual ha sido nombrada como “La Monda Lisa del Museo del Prado”. arriba: El candidato a la presidencia de Rusia, el multimillonario Mikhail Prokhorov, habla frente a un auditorio lleno en el sur de Moscú. arriba: Jugadores del Herta Berlín
[RT] - “This is the hardest track in the world,” Mikhail Prokhorov, Russian Biathlon Union's President, said. “With 60-metre ascents and slopes, with temperatures varying by as much as four degrees, it's absolutely unique. This is our country and we have
[Autoblog (blog)] - One of the exceptions so far is Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov, whose Onexim Group, along with Russia-based truckmaker Yarovit, planned to invest about $200 million in a hybrid-vehicle making factory for a company called Yo-auto.
[New York Observer] last week to a Knicks game, despite the fact that Sean Carter had previously announced a change in his allegiances to the New Jersey Nets (soon to be Brooklyn Nets), of which he is part owner along with Mikhail Prokhorov and Bruce Ratner.
[Global Voices Online] - The aforementioned Global Voices article about Suleyman Kerimov's FC Anzhi, along with one pertaining to Mikhail Prokhorov's New Jersey Nets, discuss how many New Russians buy international sports teams. Coincidentally, it was to Mr. Kerimov that Mr.
[The Voice of Russia] - Meanwhile, the independent candidate Mikhail Prokhorov keeps trying to persuade the electorate that he has never agreed his campaigning with the Kremlin. Analysts believe Prokhorov may prove the current Prime Minister's main rival in the race.
[The Voice of Russia] - The ragtag crowd, which included representatives of the Communists and A Just Russia, supporters of presidential candidate Mikhail Prokhorov and even the banned National-Bolshevik Party, came to Vladimir Lenin's monument in the eponymous square to