Its owner, Barrick Gold, will give Tanzania a 16pc stake in three gold mines, a 50 per cent share of revenues from those mines and a payment of £227.8m.
Kwek Leng Beng, the chairman of M&C, which owns about 65 per cent of the group, is trying to buy the remaining share. His first offer, in August, worth 510p per share in cash, was rejected outright.
Much has changed on equity markets since October 19, 1987, yet the lessons of Black Monday still have resonance. Among the factors behind the crash was program trading.
Archie Norman, 63, has wasted little time getting his tootsies under the table since his arrival from ITV. I expect this is one of wee Archie’s imaginative ruses to incentivise staff.
In the annals of cynical corporate subterfuges, it would be hard to top the effort by the drugmaker Allergan to fend off a patent challenge by selling its drug rights to a rural New York Indian tr
What viewers will get out of “Heal” will likely depend on their willingness to keep an open mind. This documentary from Kelly Noonan Gores explores the mind-body connection, offering personal