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Peter Ker East Timor urges Australia to check its tax revenues from a clutch of major oil companies.
Peter Ker East Timor has accused big international oil companies of failing to pay "possibly billions" in tax.
Peter Ker Shareholders in Tigers Realm Coal have shown continued faith in the junior explorer, signing up for another $8.9 million worth of shares in a raising this week.
Peter Ker Alcoa is being challenged by its partner over a decision to book a bribery settlement.
Peter Ker Rio Tinto is under pressure from super funds and other big investors to change a loophole in its executive remuneration policy that threatens to deliver performance bonuses to management even in a...
Peter Ker Struggling coal explorer Tigers Realm Coal is set to go back to the market seeking more funding, after a difficult first year on the market.
Peter Ker Damien Kingsbury's observers will not be the only one keenly watching East Timor's election.
Peter Ker BlackRock joins top business leader in calling for an end to excessive executive pay.
Peter Ker Resources MINING magnate Gina Rinehart says her Roy Hill iron ore project is ahead of competitors in terms of local content, despite being criticised for accepting foreign workers under Australia's first...
Peter Ker The culture of exorbitant salaries for corporate executives must end, according to the chairman of Rio Tinto.
Peter Ker Origin Energy has avoided a cost blowout and an equity raising for its APLNG project.
Peter Ker Origin shares jump as the company says its stake in the $23b Australia Pacific LNG development could fall as low as 30 per cent.
Peter Ker Australian companies have been told to tighten the terms of takeover agreements they enter into.
Peter Ker Goldminer St Barbara blames a slump in the Allied share price for the 90 per cent premium.
Peter Ker The sweet alpine air at Vail was not enough to improve Jim Chanos' view of mining magnate Andrew Forrest this past week.
Peter Ker Consolidation in the gold sector continues apace, with St Barbara seeking to join forces with ASX listed Allied Gold.
Peter Ker Investors have wiped half a billion dollars off the market value of Santos after changes in the spending schedule.
Peter Ker Santos insists spending on its flagship gas project near Gladstone has not blown-out, despite revelations that an extra $2.5 billion will be spent on the project before 2015.
Peter Ker The small end of the gold sector has lately been bucking the sluggish trend in mergers and acquisitions, and that activity is set to continue if Andrew McIlwain gets his way.
Peter Ker Mining veteran Russell Tipper has been charged with reviving the Marillana iron ore deposit.