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Friedland resigns from Ivanhoe Mines in Rio Tinto shake-up
In doing so, he leaves behind a $10-billion company that he built from scratch, and the satisfaction that he defied the skeptics and developed a mine in a country that very few investors believed in.
Ivanhoe Mines CEO Quits in Deal With Rio Tinto
TORONTO—Mining entrepreneur Robert Friedland resigned as chief executive of Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. as part of an agreement that ensures majority shareholder Rio Tinto PLC's financial support for a huge Mongolian copper project Mr. Friedland founded and ...
Massive Mongolian mine raises environmental fears
Known locally as Oyu Tolgoi, the copper and gold mine, co-owned by Vancouver-based Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. and the Mongolian government, is expected to balloon the Central Asian country's GDP - an estimated $13.28 billion in 2011 - by more than 30 per ...
Are There Copper-Gold Value Stocks In Mongolia's South Gobi Region?
Part 4: Value opportunities created in junior copper-gold miners operating in the same region by Ivanhoe Mines' recent share price action.
Closing Bell: TSX drops as most heavily-weighted sectors decline
A $7.70 drop in the price of gold, to $1,672.00 US an ounce, accounted for some of the decline in the materials sub-index, as did a dip in the share price of Ivanhoe Mines Ltd., which fell 7.88% to $14.37 after both Toronto-Dominion and Bank of ...
Foran jumps into action in Saskatchewan
Foran Mining (FOM-V) is gaining steam at its flagship McIlvenna Bay volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) project in Saskatchewan, west of Flin Flon, Man.
Azimuth aims to join TSX from Down Under
Azimuth's projects are located in an area of Guyana that produces 300,000 oz. gold annually from a series of artisanal alluvial operations, and hosted Cambior's open-pit Omai gold mine, which produced 3.7 million oz. gold prior to its closure in mid-2008.
Mongolia - The New Wild West Of Investing
The days of the Wild West in the United States are long gone, but Mongolia is as close to the Wild West as an entrepreneur can hope for these days.