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Federal Court rejects challenge by Aboriginal traditional owners to Rio Tinto lease Updated February 04, 2014 10:55:48 The Federal Court has dismissed a legal challenge to a lease agreement between Aboriginal traditional land owners in the Northern
Multinational companies have found early signs of substantial diamond reserves in the Maoist heartland of Bastar region in Chhattisgarh. But the companies, such as Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton, have decided to shift their gaze elsewhere after
Roger Award People's Choice The seven finalists for the 2013 Roger Award for the Worst Transnational Corporation Operating in Aotearoa/New Zealand are: ANZ, Chorus, IAG Insurance Group, Imperial Tobacco, Rio Tinto, Sky City Casino and Talent 2...
Gina Rinehart's joint venture mining company has appointed a former senior Rio Tinto Coal executive as its new CEO. The India-Australia consortium GVK Hancock announced that Darren Yeates, who had been Rio Tinto Coal's chief operating officer and
Rio Tinto has paid more than $1.31 billion for 510 million Turquoise Hill shares under a rights issue, clearing the slate as it develops the Oyu Tolgoi mine in Mongolia. Rio said the $CAN1.292 billion ($1.31 billion) purchase represents 50.8 per cent
Worries about China continue to weigh on the nation's biggest iron ore miners, despite the release of record shipping figures...One of the two suitors remaining in the battle to take over Warrnambool Cheese and Butter Factory, Canadian dairy giant
Boart Longyear has appointed Rio Tinto executive Jeffrey Olsen as its new finance chief. Mr Olsen, who is currently the chief commercial officer of Rio's titanium business, will join the company on April 1. His appointment as chief financial officer
Iron ore miners were waiting for conditions to ease before assessing damage caused by a cyclone that ripped across northwest Australia on Tuesday, closing ports and threatening mining operations in the sparsely-populated Pilbara region.
mining equipment sales were weak in just about every market it served during fiscal 2013, with the exception of copper miners...A year to forget Joy Global would probably like to forget fiscal 2013 which ended in October. Weakness across almost all
China is still clamoring for resources and growing relatively strongly, but slower growth coupled with a ramp up in supply led to steep price drops in many commodity markets. And that should serve as a warning sign for two currently attractive areas.