These companies have boycotted Russia so far

By Jordan French Jordan French has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team
Published on March 6, 2022

As sanctions mount against the Russian Federation following its invasion into Ukraine, a number of private and publicly held companies around the world have announced specific blocks, exits, and boycotts in that market. The Russian Rouble has fallen by over half, in response.

Apple Pay – full block.
Apple – complete exit from the market.
Adidas refuses to work with the national football team.
Audi – leaving the market.
AMD will ban the supply of microchips and soon it will be banned on the supply of video cards.
Amazon is a complete block of retail.
Adobe is a complete block.
British Petroleum – 20% shares exited Rosnefti.
BBC – Review of Broadcasting Licenses.
BMW – closes factories, blocks supplies.
Bolt – exit the market.
Boeing – exit from the market.
Chevrolet – leaving the market.
Cannes Festival – Russian delegation block.
Cadillac – off the market.
Carlsberg – export restrictions.
Cex Io is a crypto platform that bans users.
Cinema 4D – app not working.
Coca Cola – exit from the market.
Danone – exit from the market together with its subsidiary Prostokvashino.
Disney – cancel all the movies.
Dell is leaving the market.
Dropbox – will stop working in the country in a few days.
DHL is an outlet for the market.
Electronic Arts: Pulled from market, removed Russia from sports games.
Eurovision – Disqualification.
Ericsson – exit from the market.
Exxon Mobil – recalling all specialists from Russian oil companies.
Etsy is a block of all balances on Ru accounts.
Facebook – ban Russian media accounts.
FedEx is a total delivery ban.
Formula 1 – tournament in Sochi canceled.
Ford – closing all the stores.
FIFA – disqualification of the national team for the World Cup and ban on holding any international. matches in Russia.
Google Pay – partial block.
Google Maps is an info block for Russia.
General Motors is stopping the export.
HP – ban on import.
Harley Davidson – Discharge.
Instagram – Blocking Propaganda.
Intel has banned the supply of microchips.
Jaguar – coming off the market.
Jooble – removed the service and made a statement.
KUNA – exit m market.
Lenovo – exit from the market.
LinkedIn – preparing for a complete exit of the country.
MOK – all competitions are cancelled.
Mastercard – suspends card production, disable several banks.
Maersk – supply stop in/from the Russian Federation – goodbye shot with Ali express and ASOS.
Mercedes – Exit the country.
Megogo – deleting all Russian films.
Metro – laying off 10k employees.
Mitsubishi – dismissal of employees of the 141 service center.
Microsoft Office – a wide set of measures is being discussed.
Mobile World Congress – refusal of accreditation for Russian delegation.
NFT is a block of funds of Russian and Russian users, transferring their money to Ukraine.
NHL – complete block for Russian players.
Netflix has stopped working on Russian original projects.
Nike – closing all stores.
Nintendo – ban on purchases in rubles.
Nestle – closing all 6 factories in Russia.
OnlyFans – shutdown in the country.
Paysera is a lock down.
PayPal – withdrawal accounts freeze.
Paramount – Movie Rental Block.
Parimatch – the franchise has been recalled.
Porsche – exit from Russia.
Renault – exit from the market.
Samsung pay – service blocking.
Snapchat is out of the app in Russia and Belarus.
Scania – exit from Russia.
SpaceX – delivery of Starlink to Ukraine.
Shell – termination of Gazprom contract.
Spotify – impossible to pay for a subscription.
Sony – movie rental block, game block.
Twitter – Russian citizens cannot register accounts.
TikTok is a mass ban of aggressive assholes and so-called media.
Toyota is laying off 2,600 employees.
UEFA – cancellation of the Champions League final in St. Petersburg, ban on all clubs to participate in the Champions League and European Championship, termination of the contract with the general sponsor Gazprom.
UPS is a total shutdown on supplies.
Universal pictures – movie rental block.
Visa – blocking banks under sanctions.
Volvo – leaving Russia.
Yandex – excluding the company’s shares from listing on the NY stock exchange.
YouTube – blocking hundreds of Russian channels and their monetization.
Warner Bros. Cancel all movie rentals.
Volkswagen – leaving the country.
Zoom – review of licenses for software development.

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Jordan French is the Founder and Executive Editor of Grit Daily Group, encompassing Financial Tech Times, Smartech Daily, Transit Tomorrow, BlockTelegraph, Meditech Today, High Net Worth magazine, Luxury Miami magazine, CEO Official magazine, Luxury LA magazine, and flagship outlet, Grit Daily. The champion of live journalism, Grit Daily's team hails from ABC, CBS, CNN, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, Forbes, Fox, PopSugar, SF Chronicle, VentureBeat, Verge, Vice, and Vox. An award-winning journalist, he was on the editorial staff at TheStreet.com and a Fast 50 and Inc. 500-ranked entrepreneur with one sale. Formerly an engineer and intellectual-property attorney, his third company, BeeHex, rose to fame for its "3D printed pizza for astronauts" and is now a military contractor. A prolific investor, he's invested in 50+ early stage startups with 10+ exits through 2023.

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