It's 1994 and Franco-Nevada's founder has just published The Gold Book, a rattling guide to precious metals
Emmanuel Macron cruised through the first round of presidential elections in France on Sunday; it's good news for Robert Giustra
“We're extending the mine life and halving the capital burden. That's going to drive up rates of return.”
He uses terrible language, but banking analysts say it's the one source of mining news they read without fail, so who is The Angry Geologist?
With 15 million page views, an "annoyingly independent" blog has become one of the busiest websites in the mining industry
“Mines aren't found, they're made over time, and we have to make that into a mine.”
Hummingbird's journey has been "an absolute mission", says CEO Dan Betts
Ian Ball's business plan for Abitibi Royalties is so brilliantly simple, it's almost perplexing. "If you're the one that wins the auction, you probably lost."
Mike Jones jokes that all his discoveries have been found with a ruler, but land deals and tenacity have also helped
Keith Neumeyer has been pursuing gold junior Moneta Porcupine for several months, reports Global Mining Observer
A "big freeze" for the mining industry is finally ending, says Franco-Nevada's CEO David Harquail, in an edited version of his recent speech to the Melbourne Mining Club
BlackRock's flagship mining fund doesn't hold a single share in royalty group Anglo Pacific. But fund manager Evy Hambro has had eyes on the firm for 5 years
Dealmaker Keith Neumyer bought five gold companies last year, but he wants the price to go back down, so he can pick up a few more
Goldcorp, Agnico Eagle and OceanaGold are all tripping over themselves to buy into Gold Standard Ventures
The invisible thread connecting over $1bn of gold deals in Ghana, Ontario and British Columbia
"Obviously it's hard to say which child you love the most," says Osisko's chairman Sean Roosen. "But Falco in Quebec."
Goldcorp is "unequivocally" the world's best gold mining company, incoming CEO David Garofalo tells Global Mining Observer
Meet Tim Oliver, a minerals engineer from Arizona, who maintains a death list of new mining projects facing unreported engineering defects
"You can't live with vendettas," says Diego Benavides, pushing the menu to one side to make way for lawyer's letters. "It's tedious."
Denver-based Royal Gold has struck a tax deal in Zug lower than 0.5%
Gold Canyon, PC Gold, Coastal Gold & Sundance; the list of companies being bought by First Mining Finance is growing
When Peter Hambro and his Russian CEO walk into a sandwich bar, they split the bill down the middle. "They do everything fifty-fifty."
“You can't have two bulls in the same pen,” says Mwana Africa's Congolese-born chief executive Kalaa Mpinga
In South Australia, a sheep station has been overrun by marauding kangaroos
Two weeks after buying Waihi gold mine, Oceana strikes second deal closer to Newmont's heartland
Does the sheer volume of concrete being poured into Juanicipio suggest MAG will be bought Fresnillo?