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Friedland resigns from Ivanhoe Mines in Rio Tinto shake-up
In short, Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. was another big win for Mr. Friedland, though his involvement ends with a creeping takeover instead of the premium, all-cash bid that investors have come to expect from Friedland stocks.
Canada hot stocks: Ivanhoe Mines, Couche-Tard, SXC
Among the companies whose shares are making notable moves in Wednesday's session are Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. IVN, Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. ATD.
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 ...
Mixed Greens: An extra carbon tax for Italy
Rio Tinto has appointed prominent climate sceptic Ian Plimer as interim chairman of Vancouver based Ivanhoe Mines, after winning a battle for control of the company with its founder, the 61-year-old sef made billionair Robert Friedland.
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.
Doubts grow over $40bn Woodside project
MORE doubts have emerged about the planned $40 billion Browse LNG project near Broome after the federal and West Australian governments agreed to give Woodside Petroleum another year to make a decision on going ahead.
Tony Abbott declines to endorse Clive Palmer's bid for LNP preselection for Lilley
The mining magnate has previously run for pre-selection in Peter Slipper's electorate of Fisher in 1984. Mr Palmer would stand a good chance of unseating the Treasurer, who holds Lilley by a slim margin of 3.18 per cent.
Chief law officer eschews a law-and-order auction for young offenders
One measure he has flagged is exempting young people from tough provisions introduced to the Bail Act in 2007 that limited the right of accused offenders to make repeated applications for bail once an initial bid is refused.