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MINING.com readers invest in the resource sector and do a lot of work on their own, according to a reader survey run during the fall of 2014. Readers were asked to fill out a questionnaire […]
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CareerMine, a division at the InfoMine, posted its one-millionth job posting. To put that into perspective, that's one job posting every two minutes over 13 years, a tremendous amount of work for our technical team.
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We also celebrated another significant milestone: in January 2013 we passed one million page views during a single month.
MINING.com sends out more than 200,000 email news digest every business day to mining professionals, investors and industry stakeholders. Recognizing the increasing importance emerging markets we're excited to introduce six new digests spanning the globe.
Everyone likes a good scheme. And, whether you think it’s feasible or not, asteroid mining is an idea that’s here to stay.
MINING.com is now optimized to be read on smart phones.
Our piece, A carbon tax surfaces in the US, mixed up Australia's carbon tax and the Minerals Resource Rent Tax (MRRT). The carbon tax levies A$23 per tonne of green house gases emitted by major industrial businesses. The MRRT is a tax on miner's profits. The post has been corrected. MINING.com regrets the error.
John Kwan is MINING.com’s newest Online Marketing Assistant.
MINING.com application to Google News was accepted.
Executive editor Michael McCrae kneels beside the new leader board that arrived in the news room today.
The editorial team for MINING.com has a major new change to announce...