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Opinion: NAFO is waging Ukraine's meme war

Opinion: NAFO is waging Ukraine's meme war

by David Kirichenko

“Attention equals help. No attention will mean no help. We fight for every bit of attention,” President Volodymyr Zelensky remarked in a recent interview. One of the groups that has played a vital role in keeping online attention focused on Ukraine has been the North Atlantic Fellas Organization (NAFO). This

US investors raise $30 million to fund Ukrainian startups

US investors raise $30 million to fund Ukrainian startups

by Daryna Antoniuk

A New York-based firm FF Venture Capital launched a $30 million fund to support Ukrainian-founded startups. The Blue & Yellow Heritage fund is reportedly the first Western venture capital fund focused exclusively on the Ukrainian startup market. Over the next five to 10 years, the fund will invest in 15-20 early-stage

How Elon Musk’s Starlink satellite internet keeps Ukraine online

How Elon Musk’s Starlink satellite internet keeps Ukraine online

by Daryna Antoniuk

Among the Ukrainian military, Elon Musk, the richest tech entrepreneur in the U.S., is often half-jokingly referred to as “Saint Elon.” The reason is Starlink, Musk’s satellite communication system that keeps many Ukrainians, most importantly the military, online despite power outages and Russia’s attacks on the country's

What Ukraine's tech industry needs to survive Russia's war

What Ukraine's tech industry needs to survive Russia's war

by Daryna Antoniuk

There is a dilemma dividing Ukrainian society: whether to allow the country’s male tech specialists to temporarily leave the country during the war. Martial law, introduced on Feb. 24 and extended until Nov. 21, prohibits Ukrainian men between the ages of 18 and 60 from leaving the country, except

Ukraine’s crypto fundraisers undeterred by crypto market crash

Ukraine’s crypto fundraisers undeterred by crypto market crash

by Daryna Antoniuk

The global crypto boom is over, which should have been bad news for Ukraine. Since the start of Russia's full-scale invasion, Ukrainian charities have raised more than $125 million in cryptocurrency donations to spend on military equipment or humanitarian aid. Another $1.2 million came from the sale of non-fungible

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Hugo Boss to sell its Russian subsidiary.

Along with many other Western companies, Hugo Boss suspended its retail operations in Russia after the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022.
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