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Big, bold and bountiful

SPECIAL REPORT ON M&A: 2014 REVIEW | In one of the best years on record for mergers and acquisitions in Canada, activity crossed all sectors and strategic buyers were out in force capitalizing on perfect conditions for buying and selling assets
By Jim Middlemiss
December 17th, 2014

Canada’s mergers and acquisition markets were on fire in 2014, hitting some of the highest levels since the financial crisis. What fueled such activity? Low interest rates, a stock market that didn’t get choppy until the fourth quarter, and a … Continue reading

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Deal of the year: Cash flow is colour-blind

After Barrick’s US$7.7-billion purchase of Equinox Minerals, 20% of the world’s largest gold miner’s revenue comes from copper. The CEO and chairman say that’s right where they should be
By Robert Thompson
December 28th, 2011

PETER MUNK’S YEARLY address to Barrick Gold Corp. shareholders at the company’s annual meeting always has the tone and atmosphere of a preacher speaking to his congregation. He leans on the podium, speaking slowly in unscripted passages, his glasses dipping … Continue reading

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