The laptop's days as the flyer's weapon of choice look just about over.
Peter Ker The gold miner says it has found a cheaper way to build the highly prospective Wafi-Golpu mine in Papua New Guinea
Glencore's Tony Hayward will speak in Melbourne this week as expectations of a second merger bid grow
Peter Ker Tony Hayward will address a gathering of company directors in Melbourne on Tuesday.
Peter Ker Despite introducing a second tugboat provider, BHP Billiton's exclusive hold on tugboat licences in Port Hedland is set to be broken In 2015.
Peter Ker The cost of bunker fuel for the cape-sized vessels that typically carry iron ore has fallen 39 per cent since January.
Peter Ker The cost of producing coal in Australia has fallen sharply in recent months, but views are mixed over whether prices will improve in 2015.
Peter Ker BHP Billiton has moved to increase the number of tugboats operating in Port Hedland and introduced a new shipping company to the port.
Peter Ker BHP Billiton says the company it plans to demerge in 2015 will have global aspirations, despite bestowing it with a name that recognises its focus on the southern hemisphere.
Peter Ker Australian miner St Barbara is pleading for help to avoid a dam disaster in the Solomons.
Peter Ker Brazilian miner Vale has indicated it may be willing to settle out of court with Rio Tinto over the corruption, theft and racketeering lawsuit the latter filed in the district court in New York...
Peter Ker Rio Tinto chief executive Sam Walsh has praised ''a remarkable turnaround'' in the once-struggling aluminium business.
Peter Ker Rio Tinto chief executive Sam Walsh has vowed not to launch his own acquisition raid in a bid to deter Glencore from launching a second takeover bid of the mining company in 2015.
Peter Ker, Perry WIlliams and Jonathon Shapiro Adelaide-based Santos is considered one of the most vulnerable companies under sliding oil prices
Peter Ker The Vale board will consider the creation of a new copper and nickel mining company based in Toronto.
Peter Ker The Brazilian miner is pushing on with a $US16 billion expansion despite lowly iron ore prices
Peter Ker Brazilian mining giant Vale could follow BHP Billiton's lead by spinning-off a group of its businesses to form a new company in 2015.
Peter Ker The Swiss miner has won approval to continue mining until 2035.
Peter Ker Northern Star sees a golden future while St Barbara warns of disaster.
Peter Ker It's been dubbed 'CrapCo', 'HaggisCo' and 'Billiton' by sceptical onlookers, and branding experts say the sooner BHP Billiton gives a name to its corporate progeny the better.
Peter Ker A 25 per cent boost to full-year dividends could be on the cards in 2015, analysts say
Peter Ker Having reluctantly accepted mining on their ancestral lands, the indigenous people who live beside the nation's biggest uranium mine could soon watch see their industrial interloper depart.