Before ploughing into a busy 2015, stop to consider 2014's achievements.
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.
Rio Tinto takes swipe at Glencore and promises shareholder returns like dividends and possible buybacks
Peter Ker The miner is slashing spending on new projects to ensure dividend payments and possible share buyback in 2015
Peter Ker Fortescue Metals Group will halve its spending on projects after taking the knife to its $US1.3 billion capital budget for the 2015 financial year.
Peter Ker Rio has committed to staying the course on its plan to expand exports to 360 million tonnes per year, albeit with a few changes to the method of generating the extra tonnes.
Peter Ker The miner's board is set to reveal new spending promises.
Peter Ker Rio Tinto board meetings in Sydney have approved $US350 million of fresh investment for the company's Canadian diamond mine, in a sign the asset has truly been welcomed back into the fold.
Peter Ker Mackenzie says BHP would invest in other commodities if the world moves quickly to a "green horizon"
Peter Ker A Hong Kong hedge fund has asked the takeovers panel to block Yancoal's $US2.3 billion equity raising
Peter Ker BHP has made good on a promise to cut capital spending even further than previously thought
Peter Ker Shareholders say remuneration is out of sync with sliding commodity prices.
Peter Ker Chairman Jac Nasser has sought to clarify why the coal division was split across BHP and the demerger
Peter Ker Megan Clark AC becomes the second Australian appointed to the board this year
Peter Ker GVK is unlikely to be able to repay debts of more than $650 million owing to Hancock Prospecting.
Peter Ker The US and China have big plans for carbon capture and storage, and so do the big resources companies
Peter Ker, Ben Potter Miners insist they will survive as uranium and gas producers eye a bigger slice of the pie.
Peter Ker BHP Billiton has given up trying to sell its struggling Nickel West business, declaring that an acceptable bid could not be found.
Peter Ker Plans for a tugboat strike at Port Hedland on Wednesday morning have been put on hold, after an eleventh-hour intervention by the Fair Work Commission on Tuesday evening.