Thirteen foreign companies have applied for land permits; EBRD concerned about radiation levels, safety of projects
Sales of new cars in Ukraine have risen after four years
In era of Russian hacking, satellite sits in storage in Siberia, pending launch from Russian cosmodrome
As national loyalties penetrate cyberspace, Russia's cybersecurity giant is forced to leave Ukraine
In the latest move to put Western Ukraine on Europe’s investment map, VimpelCom opened a global shared services center here Frday. From Lviv, nearly 900 workers are to serve eight countries in the telecom company’s Eurasian market.
A Russian hacking group is responsible for recent cyber-attacks on Ukrainian financial institutions and government websites, according to Oleksandr Turchynov
Sixa allows users to run applications in the cloud through almost any web-enabled device
Gustave Henman has found Ukraine to be the perfect environment for IT companies. He founded Beetroot, an IT development company with a Swedish signiature.
Estonia’s e-Governance Academy has unveiled a $6 million project to create a data exchange system between local service centers and national registries.
Ukraine is currently a leader in outsourcing but struggles to move towards crafting products. Bintime is working to make that move.
Ukraine's service exports to Israel are up 15% this year and growing, but needs a stronger startup culture.
Ukraine's IT holds 3.3% of GDP but requires requires security and transparency to continue this growth.