The laptop's days as the flyer's weapon of choice look just about over.
Peter Ker One of China's top steel makers has warned of weaker iron ore prices in the second half.
Peter Ker One of China's top five steelmakers has warned Australian miners of weaker iron ore prices in the second half of 2013, as much of China's steel industry struggles to break even.
Peter Ker If the world needed a reminder that mining is a dangerous business, the past few months in the copper sector has provided ample proof.
Peter Ker Newcrest Mining expects to write $6 billion off the value of its mines as part of a restructuring that will claim hundreds of jobs.
Peter Ker A bad day at the office might soon get worse for Newcrest Mining, with market regulators curious about how some investors appeared to anticipate Friday's announcement of deep job cuts, reduced gold...
Peter Ker Newcrest shares extend their dramatic slide after the miner announces write-downs of up to $6 billion and more job cuts.
Peter Ker Newcrest boss Greg Robinson is under pressure to respond to a sudden share price slump.
Peter Ker Multinational miner Glencore Xstrata might axe a $110 million expansion project at a NSW mine after dismissing its contractor.
Peter Ker Macmahon loses out as multinational miner Glencore Xstrata considers axing a $110 million mine expansion project in NSW.
Peter Ker Former coal baron Nathan Tinkler has reached a settlement with Blackwood Corporation.
Peter Ker New documents suggest mining magnate Gina Rinehart changed the ownership structure of her main company, Hancock Prospecting, in the middle of a controversial 10-day period that was crucial to her...
Peter Ker Hancock Prospecting's director allegedly changed the corporate structure during court battle with her children.
Peter Ker The winds of change continue to blow through the executive ranks of the resources industry.
Peter Ker BHP Billiton has confirmed another change of contractor within its Queensland coal division.
Peter Ker Australian mining stocks slumped after the release of sluggish economic data out of China.
Peter Ker Australia's top commodities agency has detailed a year of woe for the local resources industry.
Peter Ker Spending on mineral exploration drops sharply, with small miners complaining about tax rule changes.
Peter Ker Andrew Forrest's Fortescue Metals Group has been told to change the way it charges for access to its Pilbara railway, as regulators grapple with Brockman Mining.
Peter Ker Fears that the US could become a rival are firming as the Obama approves more LNG exports.
Peter Ker For a moment, it seemed the high Australian dollar might join the cockroaches as the only survivor of nuclear winter.