Last year, Anna Chapman was detained in, and deported from America for espionage, and now she is editor-in-chief of a newspaper, according to RIANOVOSTI.
Venture Business News will be her new baby, as she will be raising it from a small paper and has a vision to better the multimedia, improve the content, and build up the circulation.
Venture and investment will be her main topics to care for as she'll be dialoguing about Russia and abroad in the new column Field News.
Chapman said she hopes to "promote a positive image of young entrepreneurs, innovators, and technological business managers." If this cannot be accomplished the former spy says it will be difficult to create an innovation economy in Russia.
In June 2010, she and ten others were arrested in the United States on suspicion of espionage. They were sent back in July on a trade of four men accused by the Kremlin of spying for foreign intelligence in the region.
After arriving back in Russia she worked at Fondservicebank as an advisor for PresidentVolovnik. Next, she connected with the Public Council of Young Guard youth movement of the United Russian party.
She is a go-getter because just before Venture Business News, she was the TV host of REN TV's World Mysteries with Anna Chapman show.
Babies grow fast, so it will be interesting to watch this one grow up with Anna Chapman nurturing the little newspaper. Although, it may not be small for long -- after all, spies really know how to get around behind the scenes and dig up the important stories.