Natural Resources


Jakob Stausholm says the world’s second-largest mining company should be more aggressive in pursuing commodities used in low-carbon technologies.

Risk & Compliance Journal

Brazilian companies striving to attract investors focused on environmental, social and governance issues face challenges because of the country’s recent history of corruption, inequality and deforestation, money managers say.


The potential listing comes as the U.S. and other countries seek to reduce their dependence on Chinese supplies of rare earths.


Elon Musk, the Tesla chief executive and space travel-hyperloop-deep tunnel mining entrepreneur, is taking a hiatus from Twitter, after recent tweets helped drive rallies in GameStop and bitcoin.

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The company is looking to list as early as this summer, capitalizing on the precious metal’s long price run to become the largest mining company to float globally in at least five years.


The London Metal Exchange is proposing closing its open-outcry ring, where traders have swapped metals like copper and lead using shouts and hand signals for 144 years, in a bid to attract more financial players to its marketplace.

Pro Bankruptcy Bankruptcy

Imerys SA is pressing ahead in an effort to get out from under lawsuits over its U.S. mining operation, Imerys Talc America, over the protests of Johnson & Johnson.


Chengxin, China’s top credit-rating firm, was banned from rating new bonds for three months, after an investigation found it ignored red flags at a state-owned coal miner whose default rattled the country’s bond market.


The global mining company is seeking to repair its reputation with investors, lawmakers and indigenous groups after the destruction of two ancient rock shelters in Australia earlier this year.

Magazine - Culture

The actor, who stars in Hulu’s new series “A Teacher,” reflects on the legacy of country-music star Loretta Lynn, the Oscar-winning biopic of her and the myths we spin about our lives.

Economic Data

The Federal Reserve’s reading on output at factories, mines and utilities continued to bounce back from a decline early in the pandemic, but remained below February levels.

Risk & Compliance Journal

The U.S. Securities and Commission is scheduled to vote this week on a rule mandating the disclosure of payments made by oil, gas and mining companies to foreign governments.

Pro Bankruptcy Bankruptcy

Defunct coal company Blackjewel has filed a lawsuit accusing its founder and former chief executive of using his position to enrich himself and his family members at the company’s expense