Tag: layoffs

September 18, 2018

Tahoe Lays Off More Employees at Guatemalan Silver Mine

The company has been forced to release an additional 169 workers at its flagship Escobal mine, bringing the total number...
July 23, 2018

Are Silver Prices Going Up in 2018?

Are silver prices going up in 2018 after lackluster gains last year? Learn what experts think, and then take our...
February 5, 2018

5 Pharmaceutical Stocks on the TSX and TSXV

Opportunities abound when it comes to TSX pharmaceutical stocks, particularly those of the nano or micro cap variety, we're profiling...
December 27, 2017

Potash Outlook 2018: Weak Prices a Risk for Market

2017 was a better year for potash than 2016, but what will 2018 bring? Check out our potash outlook for...
October 19, 2017

Vale Reaches Q3 Iron Ore Production Record

Vale said it produced a record 95.1 million tonnes of iron ore in Q3 2017, and attributed the gain to...
September 26, 2017

Genocea Revamps Business, Market Reacts with 77 Percent Stock Price Drop

Genocea Biosciences took a massive hit to its stock on Tuesday following the news of a readjustment to their business...
September 22, 2017

PotashCorp Potash Production Downtime

Consistent with PotashCorp’s strategy of matching supply to market demand and fully utilizing our lowest cost Rocanville facility, we have...
September 18, 2017

Implats Considers Layoffs to Cut Losses by 2019

Implats said the cuts will impact 2,500 people, and cited low metal prices and increased production costs as contributing factors.
June 22, 2017

Thousands of Workers to Extend Strike at Freeport's Grasberg Copper Mine

Up to 6,000 workers in Indonesia will continue to protest for another month, putting copper supply from Grasberg at risk.
June 9, 2017

VIDEO — Andrew Pollard: The Lights are Back on in the Mining Industry

Pollard, who runs an executive search firm focused on the mining industry, has a unique view of the space and...