Currently viewing Global edition

End of the gold road

IT NOW seems certain that the Iamgold name will soon disappear, as the company merges with some Gold

MJ comment

20 AUG 2004

Inside job

CYNICS will almost certainly say that Placer Dome's global search for a new chief executive to replace

MJ comment

20 AUG 2004

Spoilsports

SOME stock exchange bureaucrats are making it difficult for promoters to bring much-needed glamour to

MJ comment

13 AUG 2004

Prodigal son

HANK Slack (pictured) has been involved in a number of mining industry deals recently. This week he featured

MJ comment

13 AUG 2004

Crawling from the wreckage

SADLY, litigation is not unusual in the mining industry. But it must be a very long time since anyone

MJ comment

06 AUG 2004

Silent stalker

MINING is a business full of gossipy people. So it is very unusual to have a real mystery to unravel.

MJ comment

30 JUL 2004

Link man

ANATOLIA Minerals, a Toronto-listed junior with its headquarters near Denver and which confines its operations

MJ comment

30 JUL 2004

Siberian volunteer

DAN Major is quitting investment bank JP Morgan Chase, where he has been a mining analyst based in London,

MJ comment

23 JUL 2004

Brief encounter

BOARD meetings at Tanzanite One, which owns most of the known resources from which the blue gemstone

MJ comment

23 JUL 2004

Common markets

WHY on earth would a Hong Kong-based distributor of mobile phones start stalking an Australian iron-ore

MJ comment

16 JUL 2004

Rocket man

THE sudden departure of Brian Gilbertson as chairman of Vedanta, possibly for a role with Sual, the Russian

MJ comment

16 JUL 2004

A smaller pond

ISN'T Sir John Craven just a little too, well, grand to become chairman of an AIM-listed exploration

MJ comment

09 JUL 2004

The junior's view

JOCELYN Waller, founder and managing director of Trans-Siberian Gold (TSG), admits to feeling “an enormous

MJ comment

09 JUL 2004

If at first…

TALK about tenacious. For the past 17 years Michael Carvill, managing director of Kenmare Resources,

MJ comment

02 JUL 2004

Major connections

IT'S not difficult to work out why Ivernia West picked Kevin Ross to be its chief operating officer (p21).

MJ comment

02 JUL 2004

The Perth connection

KEITH Liddell is best known as one of the team that started Aquarius Platinum in 1996 and turned it into

MJ comment

26 JUN 2004

Keep up to date with the latest Leadership content from our Mine Risk Management channel to stay at the front of mining's risk conundrum