Yandex looks to raise up to $1.1 billion offering 52 million shares between $24 to $25 a share, up from an initially considered price of $20 to $22, commanding a market value around $7 billion. Yandex will list on the NASDAQ under the symbol YNDX starting from May 23, 2011.

In light of this IPO, East-West Digital News offers a special series covering different aspects of Russia’s search giant.

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The East-West Digital News series on Yandex has been developed with the participation of leading Russian experts in the areas of search technologies, online marketing and corporate finance as well as of professors and students of the Moscow Higher School of Economics.

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