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Paladin Energy Ltd. a potential takeover target, says analyst
Potential acquirers for the mid-tier uranium producer include Cameco Corp., Rio Tinto Ltd., Uranium One Inc. (51 per cent owned by unit of the Russian State Corp.
Paladin Energy Rebounds as Japan Restarts Reactors  Prospecting Journal
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Nuclear Resurgence Seen Luring Paladin Offers: Real M&A
Australian uranium producer Paladin Energy Ltd. (PDN) is tempting acquirers from Canada to China with a stock price that's less than the value of its net assets as Japan restarts idled nuclear reactors.
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Tough spring for Canada's oil and gas service sector
Eye on Equities Paladin Energy Ltd. a potential takeover target, says analyst · Eye on Equities Drought may ... There were on average 194 rigs active in the second quarter, down from 205 in the year-ago period, according to data from Nickle's Energy ...
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Israel's shale gale
Canadian energy firms will be given a fair shot at helping Israel develop its vast deposits of newly discovered shale oil and gas resources, assures the Jewish state's Ambassador to Canada.
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Aboriginal say crucial in resource development: CEOs
A new report due Monday from the Canadian Council of Chief Executives, prepared for Canada's premiers in advance of their meeting later this month, urges governments to make aboriginal communities full partners in developing energy and mining projects.
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TransCanada urged to 'Go East'
RBC Capital Markets raised its price target on the Calgary-based energy logistics giant's stock to $48 per share from $44 on the basis that converting part of its natural gas mainline - a central piece of half-century old national infrastructure ...
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Freeze on CBC employee wages in 2009 ruled unconstitutional by Quebec court
Aaron Lynett / National PostCBC employees successfully challenged federal budget legislation from 2009, that overrode their collective bargaining agreement, as unconstitutional.
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The global (sled) race for the Arctic's oil and gas riches
The greater Arctic region is one of the world's last few unexplored energy frontiers: foreboding and risky but irresistible to world powers given its treasures beneath.
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Symantec jumps as CEO ousted
Justin Sullivan/Getty ImagesBoxes of McAfee security software are displayed alongside Norton Anti-virus software by Symantec. �My view is that Symantec's assets are strong and yet the company is underperforming against the opportunity,� chairman and ...
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Nexen deal: How CNOOC scoped, partnered and pounced
It also feeds China's demand for resources to sustain an economy that despite six quarters of deceleration still grew at 7.6% in the second quarter, and will give it a platform from which to grow further in Canada's energy sector. Interviews with ...
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