Steven A. Cohen’s hedge fund SAC Capital Advisors told investors it will no longer cooperate unconditionally with the US government’s insider trading investigation.
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Rio Tinto should consider spinning off its entire aluminium business rather than just Pacific Aluminium to help add value for shareholders, Citi analyst Clarke Wilkins says. He said aluminium remained a low-margin business and a drag on Rio.
Former NSW mining minister claims ICAC investigations into the granting of coal licences were politically motivated.
The superannuation industry claims it has been betrayed by Opposition Leader
The so-called “great debate” between Workplace Relations Minister Bill Shorten and his opposition counterpart, Eric Abetz, was mostly a few short jabs with some shadow boxing thrown in.
Star of the show at this year’s Rio Tinto’s tender of top quality coloured diamonds was a rare 1.56 carat red diamond named the “Argyle Phoenix”.
Government support is propping up Toyota, Ford and General Motors (Holden) as production falls.
The US Institute of Medicine has caused a furore by saying there is little evidence that a reduced salt intake will benefit your health.
Foreign Minister Bob Carr used his special powers to cancel a 457 visa issued by the federal government to an alleged crime boss wanted in Papua New Guinea over the theft of $30million.