Tag Archives: Goldcorp

Miners shed secrecy, team up on cybersecurity

Beset by cyberattacks, several major Canadian mining companies have taken a lead role in the creation of an open, industry-wide alliance that’s forging a new front in the battle to protect sensitive data and digital assets
By Kerry Banks
October 4th, 2017

In April 2016, executives at Vancouver’s Goldcorp Inc. (TSX:G) were shocked to learn that hackers had penetrated the company’s computer network and stolen a load of data, including bank accounts, wire transfers, payroll records, contracts, budget documents and treasury reports. … Continue reading

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There’s value in them thar hills!

Mining used to be simple. Find a deposit, build a mine, get it out of the ground and sell it. Today the hardest thing to find is a low-risk growth strategy that delivers investors and results
By Ian McGugan
March 2nd, 2017

What a difference a year makes. At the start of 2016, the mining industry was reeling. Metals prices were in freefall and investors had long since fled from the sector. Then everything changed. As new signs of global growth emerged, … Continue reading

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Cool, calm and calculated

In choosing David Garofalo as its new CEO last year, Goldcorp’s board decided its problems not only needed rapid change, but someone who could deliver it with discipline
By John Greenwood
March 2nd, 2017

David Garofalo isn’t the type to get easily excited. Just back from Davos, the annual schmooze-fest in the Alps for movers and shakers of the world, the chief executive of Vancouver-based Goldcorp Inc. (TSX:G) encountered a big change at the … Continue reading

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Five ways to someday

Even as the mining industry languors, change is afoot. And when the next rally is in high gear, it’s a sure bet some companies, practices and even conventional mining logic will have changed. We’ll still need a commodities comeback to make it happen, but it won’t be a carbon copy of the last boom. Here’s our look at five areas of fresh thinking that will define the next cycle
By Jim Middlemiss
March 4th, 2016

Michael Johnston says one thing he has learned in his 20-plus years of mining is that “you can’t manufacture grade. The ore body is what it is. Generally, it is something you have very little control over.” But what mining … Continue reading

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Rob McEwen: A sense of purpose

In The Director’s Chair with David W. Anderson: For Rob McEwen, it’s not only about knowing where you want to go, but figuring out the best way to get there
February 27th, 2015

Rob McEwen has been a dominant presence in gold mining since he founded and, as chair and CEO, built Goldcorp—now among the world’s largest gold companies—into an industry leader. Today he’s chair, CEO and 25%-owner of McEwen Mining, a TSX- … Continue reading

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