“Ego-driven” or “compelling”? Investors are weighing the benefits of combining two of the industry’s biggest complexes. “I’ve never seen a premium as high as this”
With no overlaps and two new bureaucratic hubs in Miami and Vancouver, Newmont’s $10bn bid for Goldcorp looks short on industrial logic
Toronto-listed Great Bear and IBM’s supercomputer Watson are hitting bonanza-grade discoveries in one of Canada’s most prolific districts. “Obviously we have gold in the rocks”
Glencore’s CEO may be known for coal and crude oil deals in Russia and Australia, but for more than 12 months he was pocketing dividends from gnocchi and pasta twirls
Mining M&A is at its highest level for five years and copper assets are scarce. As banks get ready to descend on Cape Town at the beginning of 2019, who’s buying, what’s up for grabs and who could partner-up?
Helicopters funded by the mining industry are tackling low cloud and stormy weather in the quest to find the next large copper deposit. “You can still walk in valleys and find mineralised outcrop that nobody's ever walked on.”
As fireworks go off in India this week to mark the beginning of gold-buying season, US stocks and the dollar are enjoying a record run. When the good times stop, four gold companies are waiting
The inside track on how car giant Volkswagen tried to buy-up the cobalt market. “The automative companies do not understand mining well, that's evident.”