conversations will not be short ... a month or two ... so this becomes a 15.
Before announcing the halted today, if you look at the graph there is a massive sale a second before to $ 16 .... that caught my attention
Norton Gold Fields, which is 89 per cent-owned by Zijin, is interested in the Darlot, Granny Smith and Lawlers mines in Western Australia that Barrick wants to sell. A person familiar with the matter last month told The Wall Street Journal that Barrick has appointed Bank of America Merrill Lynch and UBS AG to find a buyer for the mines.
The Australian unit of China's biggest gold producer, Zijin Mining Group Co. (2899.HK), said it will look at bidding for three mines that Barrick Gold Corp. (ABX) has put up for sale
President Danilo Medina on Tuesday said he expects to strike a deal through the meetings held with Barrick Gold Corp. executives who arrived in the country Monday. He said the people must understand that they are negotiations which
Chile is not going to risk to questioning its policy towards foreign investment. That project will come out but foreign investment in mining in Chile flee such investments precise ...
Mexico’s Senate passed a final version of a bill to create more competition in telecommunications, sending it to state governments for approval.
The proposal, also backed by President Enrique Pena Nieto, requires the signoff of a majority of legislatures in Mexico’s 31 states and capital. Under the bill, new government agencies would have the power to force companies that control more than 50 percent of the market to share or even sell assets.
Lawmakers aim to increase investment and reduce prices in the phone and pay-television industries and to create more choice in broadcast TV. The proposal would create tougher conditions for America Movil SAB (AMXL), which has 70 percent of Mexico’s mobile-phone subscribers, and Grupo Televisa SAB (TLEVICPO), which gets 70 percent of the nation’s broadcast-television audience.
The new law would allow foreigners to take majority stakes in landline phone and cable networks for the first time. It also calls for the creation of new TV broadcasters through government auctions.
The bill was approved with the support of Mexico’s three largest parties, making its approval at the state level likely.
Actually seen that FB is an application of Google Play ... back to our game ... not Panic
Corey Ondrejka, Facebook VP of engineering, is up to talk about how to get Home.
You can install the new Facebook Home app from the Google Play store. But there's one small difference -- when you launch you have to set Facebook Home to always launch on the phone.
"What's great about being on Play, is it makes us potentially available to a really wide range of Android devices. We think Home will be a great on tablets. We aren't quite done with tablets yet, though."
The word on the street is that the BlackBerry Z10 is now available to buy in Portugal. TMN have the new BlackBerry 10 device listed on their website priced at 589 Euros which seems a reasonable price to me if that's the equivalent to the SIM free version here in the UK. To be honest I'm not 100% sure what the score is with contracts in Portugal so please feel free to sound off in the comments if you are from that part of the world.
With the device continuing to roll out across the globe things can only be on the up for BlackBerry. The last earnings call did show a drop in BlackBerry subscribers but I strongly believe that next quarter will be a different story. I'm pretty sure a large percentage of Team BlackBerry were holding off on their upgrades to get the Z10.
Export Development Canada (EDC) today announced that it has provided a €200M working capital facility to Telefónica to facilitate the procurement of BlackBerry® smartphones, services and solutions across its worldwide operations.
Telefónica is one of the largest global telecommunications companies, with operations in 24 countries and a customer base of over 315.7 million subscribers. EDC's working capital facility will facilitate BlackBerry market share growth within Telefónica.
"EDC's financing is really about making the transactions between BlackBerry and Telefónica easier, helping to enhance and broaden the relationship between these two major global players," said Lewis Megaw , Regional Vice President Africa Europe and the Middle East, EDC.
Last month, there were rumors that a couple of retailers had fixed a pretty high SIM free price. Now it is being said that O2 will offer its customers the BlackBerry Q10 for about £530 SIM free.
The handset which will arrive on the UK carrier in May will be offered on a number of contracts. So customers are likely to get the phone for free if they get into a new two year contract which could cost only £30 each month.
The BlackBerry Q10 has 3.1-inch display with a resolution of 720 x 720 and a physical keyboard. Also, there is a dual core processor running at 1.5GHz under the hood, with a rear facing 8-megapixel and a front-facing 2-megapixel camera.
Various UK retailers have started taking pre-orders for the upcoming BlackBerry Q10 smartphone. The QWERTY-featuring and BB10 OS powered Q10 pre-orders start at £530 and go a bit higher depending on where you do your shopping.
According to one of the retailers the phone will ship around April 22, while the listings of the others' say just late April.
We also found some US online stores are already taking pre-order as well, but the price there is a bit higher than we anticipated - $880. We are pretty sure the BlackBerry Q10 won't cost that much (previous rumors pointed at a $600-$620 price point for the SIM-free), but the pricing will only become clear after the official US launch date is announced.
We want to remind you BlackBerry is releasing the Z10 flagship tomorrow in the USA. Today the company also announced its BB10 OS application store has passed the 100,000 titles mark.