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Cameco prospectus could signal acquisition
Uranium giant Cameco Corp. has filed a preliminary prospectus to raise as much as $1-billion through a combination of securities over the next 25 months.
Canada's Cameco may find Paladin just right for picking  The Australian
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Cameco to buy nuclear fuel broker Nukem Energy
TORONTO (Reuters) - Cameco Corp CCO.TO CCJ.N said on Monday it will pay $136 million to buy nuclear fuel broker Nukem Energy GmbH from private equity firm Advent International as Canada's top uranium miner looks to tie up more uranium supply.
Cameco to buy Nukem Energy  World Nuclear News
Cameco to acquire German nuclear fuel company Nukem for $136-million  Globe and Mail
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Cameco to buy uranium broker for US$136M
Saskatoon uranium producer Cameco Corp. said Monday it has agreed to purchase Nukem Energy GmbH, a broker of nuclear fuel products and services for US$136-million.
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Avon shares slide after Coty withdraws takeover offer
Scott Eells/BloombergCoty Inc withdrew its US$10.7-billion takeover bid for the world's largest cosmetics direct seller, saying Avon had missed its deadline to begin discussions.
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How the eurozone crisis is hurting your retirement plans
Ognen Teofilovski/ReutersJason Heath: Retirees trying to invest for income may feel compelled to move from bonds to equities, adding an element of risk to their portfolio that they may not appreciate.
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Canadian credit card fees among highest in the world
Getty Images/ThinkstockKent Thomson told a tribunal Tuesday that Canadian merchants are paying among the highest fees in the world for the privilege of accepting credit card purchases.
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Planning for life after 100
StatsCan noted one in five people in Peterborough, northeast of Toronto, are now seniors making it the oldest census area with a population of more than 100,000.
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Time for Greece's free ride to end
Kostas Tsironis/BloombergThe party called Greece is over and the messy Greek election result has led credible Europeans to discuss and quantify the cost of Greece's exit from the eurozone.
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Conrad Black moves to end Hollinger CCAA
Reuters/Mark BlinchThe once-mighty Toronto-based newspaper holding company filed for protection under the Companies Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA) almost five years ago following the ouster of Lord Black and other top Hollinger executives in 2003.
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Sweet taste of celebrity for epicurian entrepreneurs
Handout/ Galloping CowsJoanne Schmidt and her husband Ron run Galloping Cows Fine Foods, a maker of specialty jams, jellies and sauces, located in the seaside town of Port Hood, N.S.