Small-cap Week, October 25

Blur Group, Xeros Technology, Bloomsbury and Shanta Gold featured

ENRC gains private hearing in law firm row

Miner accuses Dechert of overbilling it by millions of pounds

China property decline continues

Oversupply drags down house prices for fifth consecutive month

Tesco CEO must grasp strategic nettle now

Danger for Lewis is he listens to sound of tills filling with cash and loses sense of urgency

Rio Tinto taps Walsh to stay as chief

Decision to give open-ended contract ends succession fears

India eyes end to state coal monopoly

Ministry seeks to ease restrictions on private sector mining

The Leiv Eiriksson off the coast of Greenland
©Steve Morgan/Greenpeace

The great ‘cold rush’ may bring prosperity – but at what price?

The ice may be melting fast, but Greenland’s Arctic waters remain some of the most hostile and inaccessible anywhere

Frank Timis of African Minerals

African Minerals’ chief chases rival

Frank Timis is trying to acquire Marampa through private company

Copper hopes ‘bright despite volatility’

Miner Rio Tinto points to rosy longer term outlook

Codelco sticks with ambitious plans

Chilean copper miner plans more than $23bn of investments

Corporate India frets over debt levels

Industrial and banking sectors enter new era still underfunded

Australia horse breeders win mine battle

Landmark planning case highlights opposition to coal mine expansions

China grip over rare earths market wanes

Price of key minerals falls despite trade war

Jindal Steel sinks after police raid mine

Latest twist in series of probes in India’s troubled coal sector

Polish coal sector faces calls for reform

State-owned sector under pressure from losses and EU carbon rules

Poland sets out plan to split coal assets

Proposal to shut lossmaking pits in industry that employs 100,000

BHP Billiton leads supersizing retreat

EY analysis shows big operations create ‘diseconomies of scale’

Rolls-Royce shares fall on profit warning

Engine maker blames Russian sanctions and economic slowdown

Australians divided over coal policy

Country embroiled in bitter debate over its vast reserves and climate

Ebola: how one company is trying to cope

Sierra Leone mining CEO faces challenges to keep staff virus free

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