It seems that the time has finally come for the next big tech bubble to pop.
The latest example comes courtesy of Palantir, the company that has been at the center of a controversy that has drawn international attention in the past year.
Palantirs investors, including tech titans including Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, have been under scrutiny for their ties to Russia.
It is not the first time the company has been criticized for its ties to the Kremlin.
And it isn’t the only company to have been caught up in the controversy.
In October, Palantiris founder and CEO Stephen Schwarzman was found guilty of tax evasion in New York.
Palanceres financial results also have been tied to Russia, and its financial results have been heavily scrutinized.
A number of high-profile tech executives, including Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, have expressed concern over the financial dealings of Palanteres.
The tech industry is a big deal in Russia, where the government’s media and information operations are run and the economy is heavily controlled.
The Russian government has been accused of being a major financial backer of political opposition groups, including the opposition-controlled New York Times.
Some observers have argued that Palanteirs financial dealings in Russia have not only violated sanctions against the Russian government but also are a violation of a 2016 law banning the Russian private media from using its content in the United States.
But Palantiri has had a rocky relationship with Russia for a number of years.
In July, it was revealed that Palantaris CEO, Igor Sechin, was under scrutiny by the FBI over allegations that he helped fund a Russian political party’s political action committee.
A month later, it came to light that Palantineir had been accused by the U.S. of funneling money to a former Ukrainian intelligence officer.
In late October, a federal judge ordered the company to hand over records from its 2016 annual report and other documents related to its Russian ties.
The Palantriums latest scandal, however, is a little different.
The company is the second company to be found to have ties to Moscow.
In August, a former senior Russian government official, Igor Strelkov, was found dead in his Moscow apartment.
Strelko, who was in charge of the Russian state’s largest state-owned financial institution, the Kommersant, was suspected of orchestrating a $300 million Russian investment fund that Palantici had invested in.
The fund was set up to fund construction projects in Ukraine and Russia.
Strelkov had a history of making controversial comments about his country’s leadership, which prompted the resignation of the country’s former deputy prime minister.
According to an investigation by the Russian news outlet Sputnik, Strelkos financial adviser was reportedly paid $15 million by a company called Duma, an entity owned by the president of Ukraine.
This was just the latest scandal to hit Palantiers financials.
In January, the Russian oligarch Mikhail Prokhorov, whose company has invested in Palantieri, was accused of embezzling $200 million in Russian state funds.
Prokhors wife, Yury, has also been implicated in the case.
Prokyonov was charged with fraud and money laundering and faces up to 10 years in prison.
In July, Palanteir, Palantic and the two other tech companies that had been caught in the Russia scandal, including Palantiks $30 million purchase of Instagram, were all forced to change their corporate structure and sell their assets.
The companies that remained, like Palantier, did not immediately change their financials, and they all said they would continue to make the investment in the U., according to The Hill.
Despite the controversy, Palantineres recent revenue has remained relatively flat.
Its current revenue is roughly $5.7 billion, or about 13 percent of the company’s total revenue.
In September, Palantois annual report showed that revenue from the company had grown to $8.1 billion, a 9.7 percent increase from the previous year.
And this year, the Wall Street Journal reported that Palantoir was planning to invest $100 million in a new Russian venture capital fund.
This is the same venture capital that Palanese CEO, Sergey Brin, and others have been accused in the Russian financial scandal of supporting.
The news also comes as Palantiaries investors are facing criticism from U.K. government officials and some of Palanti’s former employees over their ties with Russia.
In March, a government investigation into the company found that Palanti had failed to disclose a $250 million loan that it received from the Russian investment company Duma.
A representative for Palantiere declined to comment to The Daily Beast.