"No drilling, no discoveries, no reserves, no mines."
Up six percent from a year ago.
A whopping two-thirds of MINING.com readers say battery-technology metals will perform better than precious or base metals this year.
Where miners and juniors hang their hats.
"We are deeply saddened by the passing of two of our colleagues."
Copper and bitcoin.
Gold miners closed $163M, about two-thirds of total money raised in October.
Michael McCrae is publisher of MINING.com. MINING.com is a digital news site covering the global mining industry. The site has over 1.2M page views per month. Over 25,000 people open and read MINING.com's email digest. […]
Two-thirds of miners increase head count in '17
Originally planned to raise $15M.
There are only 8 companies in London that crack the $1B valuation.
We have a tie.
SAP touts success with its own AI and predictive analytic tools.
Ontario is number one.
Sorry Toronto and Perth.
Imperial Metals reduced metal production targets earlier this month.
“Mining Intelligence is a large-scale initiative, and we are building a new brand with world-class products and thought-provoking marketing.”
Who buys more gold, Malayalis or Tamilians?
"Military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded".
China Nonferrous Metal Mining Group is a state-owned Chinese corporation with mines in Zambia, Mongolia and Thailand.
Appeal hearing planned for March 2018.
Operators dragging their feet on production cuts.
What a difference a year makes.