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Research and Markets: First Quantum Minerals Ltd: SWOT Analysis & Company Profile
First Quantum Minerals Ltd (First Quantum) is engaged in the business of mineral exploration, development and mining in Africa.
Executive Compensation: Rankings for Canada's top earners
92, Phillip K.R. Pascall, First Quantum Minerals Ltd. FM-T, $952,245, $880,517, $30,470, $603,658, $0, $0, $2,466,889. 93, Murray J. Taylor, IGM Financial Inc. IGM-T, $800,000, $661,500, $74,260, $349,500, $178,589, $341,000, $2,404,849.
Ranking Canada's top 1000 public companies by profit
The Top 1000 rankings in ROB Magazine and this website only provide a limited snapshot of data for the top 1000 companies in Canada.
Dealmaking Finalists: Joe Bradford, Michel LaLande, Sybil Veenman
The following were finalists in the deal making category of the 2012 Canadian General Counsel Awards. The board looked for evidence of innovation in a transaction and how it affected the structure or outcome of the deal.
Metallic hydrogen: Hard pressed
High-pressure scientists have been trying - and failing - to make metallic hydrogen ever since theorists first predicted its existence in 1935 (ref.
Scratching the surface: Are Zambians about to get their dues from foreign miners?
Canada's First Quantum has said it may spend US$1.9bn on its Trident and Kansanshi mines in Zambia after losing the Kolwezi copper project in Congo in a 2009 rights battle with the government.
Japan considers nuclear-free future
He says the government must first prove that Fukushima is safe and that contamination from the disaster poses no threat, and then put in place new regulatory bodies.
Italian scientists win battle to halt controversial research
The Italian research minister, Francesco Profumo, has bowed to pressure from Italian and international scientists and agreed to take a closer look at a proposed nuclear research programme at one of the country's leading institutes.
Tabletop X-rays light up
Murnane and Henry Kapteyn, both physicists at JILA in Boulder, Colorado, a joint institute of the University of Colorado and the US National Institute of Standards and Technology, have reported the first tabletop source of ultra-short, laser-like ...
How will the world end?
Is Earth running out of phlogiston? Will mole people rise out of the ground, bent on revenge? Later, we'll let quantum comparators rank every story according to probabilities.