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Goldcorp trumps Barrick in court battle over El Morro
TORONTO (Reuters) - Barrick Gold Corp ABX.TO on Tuesday lost a courtroom battle over the ownership of the huge El Morro gold-copper project in Chile, after an Ontario judge dismissed claims filed by Barrick against its smaller Canadian rival Goldcorp ...
Barrick Loses Bid to Block Goldcorp Chile Mine Purchase  Bloomberg
The Number 1 Gold Stock To Own Today
There is a general belief that the value of gold decreases in terms of market value when the markets are beginning to stabilize, and this does seem to be the case with Goldcorp (NYSE:GG). There is no reason, however, for people to stray from this ...
5 years of the iPhone: 250 million shipped, $150-billion revenue
Apple Inc. celebrates the five-year anniversary of the launch of the popular smartphone Friday, prompting a look today by Strategy Analytics at what the iPhone means to the seemingly unstoppable technology giant, and where it goes from here amid ...
Tahoe dismisses Guatemalan government concerns
Events in Guatemala and Kyrgyzstan in recent days have provided a couple of timely reminders of this fact, and shareholders of Tahoe Resources Inc. and Centerra Gold Inc. have paid the price. Tahoe owns the Escobal silver deposit in Guatemala, one of ...
Why we are shouting out against mining injustice
Canadian mining company Goldcorp Inc has continued to operate its Marlin Mine in Guatemala despite a ruling by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights demanding that operations be ceased until human rights violations could be investigated.
Closing Bell: Toronto stock market closes flat amid falling oil prices ...
Goldcorp Inc. gained 77 cents to C$41.23. Eurozone debt worries were in focus as traders worry that the 100 billion euros being made available to Spain to aid its banks will just add to the government's already considerable debts and perhaps force it ...
The head-office exodus
But of the lot, just three of the Canadian companies—Barrick Gold, Goldcorp and Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan—could be considered world-scale.
Agnico-Eagle dumps Rubicon shares
A few weeks later, Goldcorp Inc. cut a deal to buy Gold Eagle for $1.5-billion. Agnico probably had a small loss on the Rubicon shares it recently sold, as they were purchased for $3.23 each and Rubicon traded around $3.00 last week.
Executive Compensation: Rankings for Canada's top earners
9, Charles A. Jeannes, Goldcorp Inc. G-T, $1,400,457, $4,862,554, $133,019, $2,697,884, $1,719,687, $510,167, $11,323,770. 10, Gordon M. Nixon, Royal Bank of Canada, RY-T, $1,476,712, $1,750,000, $44,417, $5,137,500, $1,712,500, $1,050,000 ...
New Barrick CEO gets mixed reviews
Barrick Gold Corp.'s move to tap Jamie Sokalsky as chief executive officer puts another company veteran and financial expert at the helm of the world's largest gold producer.
Barrick slides on management changes  Canadian Mining Journal