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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
Barrick Gold looses in Toronto court major Chilean mining rights to main ...  MercoPress
Tahoe dismisses Guatemalan government concerns
Investors need strong stomachs if they plan to buy shares of resource companies in tough foreign jurisdictions, because things can turn very volatile when political trouble creeps up in these places.
Guatemala floats plan to take 40 pct stake in new mines  Reuters
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 ...
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.
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.
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.
Munk loyalist Ammar Al-Joundi returns to Barrick
If one thing is clear at Barrick Gold Corp., it is that 84-year-old co-chairman and founder Peter Munk is still very much in charge.
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 ...
Most productive CEO? Fired Barrick exec generated most profit for pay among ...
That was more than the CEOs of the six other largest North American gold companies. Goldcorp Inc., the second-largest producer by market value, reported $172.09 of net income for every dollar awarded CEO Chuck Jeannes.
Ex-Barrick CEO Paid Least Relative to Profit  Bloomberg