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Sunday newspaper share tips: BHP Billiton, banking shares and City of London Group
Jac Nasser, the chairman of BHP Billiton, recently hinted that the company was scaling back its 80 billion US dollar (�52 billion) spending bonanza because of the supply issue.
Cuadrilla shakes up team ahead of drilling
Cuadrilla Resources, the first company to start exploratory fracking for shale gas in the UK, has replaced its chief executive as it prepares to resume drilling in Lancashire.
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BHP Billiton Says May Sell Guinea Alumina Stake
BHP Billiton said Wednesday it may sell its 33.3% stake in Guinea Alumina, as its joint-venture partners seek ways to advance a multibillion dollar project to mine and process bauxite in Guinea that has suffered repeated delays.
Should investors embrace the profits of sin?
The Saints contain resource companies - BHP Billiton (BLT) and Rio Tinto (RIO), two of the biggest in the world, which are included in the FTSE4Good.
BHP Billiton's staff move into new building
"Our employees, both in the CBD and at out regional locations, are excited to make the most of the wonderful shared spaces, both within the BHP Billiton office and outside the building, which we hope will increase motivation and morale and assist with ...
Glass lifts, barbecues and a quiet corner for BHP  Perth Now
De Beers won't bid for BHP's stake in Ekati - sources
BHP Billiton, the world's largest miner, said last year it planned to sell all or part of its diamond assets, including the EKATI mine, as it focused on larger, long-life assets.
WPP investors reject Sorrell pay plan
Shareholders in WPP have delivered one of the biggest investor rebukes over executive pay in UK corporate history, voting down the board remuneration policies of the advertising group in protest at the rewards offered to chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell.
Pay protest hits WPP  The Australian
Shale gas byproducts fall to 10-year low
Prices of crucial shale gas byproducts, such as ethane and propane, have tumbled to 10-year lows due to booming output, further hurting the profitability of energy companies such as ExxonMobil and BHP Billiton which are already battling with ultra-low ...
WTO backs US in China steel dispute
The World Trade Organisation has ruled that duties China imposed on high-tech American steel exports were inconsistent with global trade rules.
Canada 'wakes up' to Asian energy demand
Stephen Harper, the Canadian prime minister and avowed monarchist - last year, he restored the word “Royal” to the official name of the country's armed services - is in London to mark the Queen's diamond jubilee and, defying the blustery weather, is in ...