Here are all the companies that have suspended business in Russia

The number of big companies pausing ties with Russia during its invasion of Ukraine just keeps growing.

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With Russia’s invasion of Ukraine still very much ongoing, a growing number of multinational businesses have pulled their products from the Russian marketplace. Some have done so by closing their Russian brick-and-mortar stores; others have also suspended online sales. President Biden has been adding sanctions against Russia and its oligarchs for almost as long as the invasion has been happening, and U.S.-based companies are following his example.

Media and tech companies have been some of the most forthcoming with sanctions of their own, though the clothing and car industries have been halting sales in Russia left and right, too. The list keeps growing with each passing day, and now it’s so long we’re having trouble keeping track. We’ll update this list as new companies announce their own sanctions.

TV, Film, and Streaming

Big Tech

Clothing, Apparel, and Home

Misc. Tech & Gaming


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