|Industry||Internet, Computer software|
|Headquarters||Varshavskoe shosse, 9
|Key people||Dmitry Kryukov, creator
Olga Turischeva, Chief Executive Officer
Rambler (Russian: Рамблер) is a Russian search engine and one of the biggest Russian web portals. It is owned by the Rambler Media Group and Prof-Media since 2006. It was launched in 1996 by Sergey Lysakov and Dmitry Kryukov  as a website for Russian speakers.
Rambler has been online since 1996. In 2005 the Rambler Media Group went public, and was bought by Prof-Media in 2006.
On July 18, 2008 it was announced that Google had acquired Begun, part of Rambler Media and one of the biggest Russian contextual advertising services for $140 million, but the deal has been rejected by Russian antitrust authorities.
Services offered by Rambler include web search, e-mail, news aggregation, e-commerce and other services to the Russian-speaking community globally. It is complemented by a number of other Rambler Media Group owned web properties including:
- Lenta.ru: online Russian language newspaper
- Doktor.ru: health and medical advice
- Mama.ru: parenting advice
- Ferra.ru: information about computer equipment
- ""Проф-Медиа" приобретает 54.8% Rambler Media". Rambler.ru (in Russian). 2006-10-31. Retrieved 2008-10-21.
- "Google Press Center: Google To Acquire Russian Context Ads Service Begun". Google.com. Retrieved 2008-07-21.
- Alexander Levashov (2008-10-23). "ФАС не разрешила Google купить "Бегун"" (in Russian). RBC Holding. Retrieved 2009-10-06.
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