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- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Oct. 9, 2015
Dunnedin Ventures is busy processing a kimberlite test from one of its Kahuna dikes. Kennady Diamonds has raised the $48-million it was seeking. Avalon Rare Metals is preparing a rare earth concentrate in Germany. Turbo Capital has expanded its Nevada lithium play.
- Shell Summary for Oct. 9, 2015
David Stadnyk's NEX shell, Viper Gold, expects to complete its acquisition of QuikFlo Technologies by the end of the month. Paul Rosen and Lorne Gertner's shell graduate, PharmaCan Capital, considers acquiring a controlling position in MMPR-licensed Peace Naturals.
- Gold Summary for Oct. 9, 2015
Teranga Gold may have promotable news late this month when it reveals its third quarter results. Fortuna Silver Mines continues to gradually boost production. Tahoe Resources has declared another dividend from its Escobal profits.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Oct. 8, 2015
Golden Peak Minerals plans to promote Manitoba diamonds. Olivut Resources has raised cash to spruce up its HOAM. DNI Metals talks up -- and then retracts -- news of big flakes at Vohitsara. Saint Jean Carbon needs some new tests.
- Shell Summary for Oct. 8, 2015
Michael Withrow's NEX shell, Bi-Optic Ventures, plans to go into the LED lighting business. Richard Groome's Bitumen Capital is a busy trader, for a shell.
- Gold Summary for Oct. 8, 2015
Savary Gold has a resource estimate for its Karankasso gold project in Burkina Faso. Franco-Nevada is buying a stream of silver from Teck. Glen Eagle Resources has sold some gold and silver from Cobra Oro.
- Swisher Hygiene, former employee charged in Carolina
Swisher Hygiene Inc. and a former senior employee have been criminally charged for fraudulently inflating earnings. Prosecutors claim that the company manipulated its books for much of 2011.
- U.S. interests making Canada the "fossil fuel fall guy"
The environmental movement has become a big business, financed mostly by U.S. backers, a Vancouver investment conference heard Thursday. Those interests are aiming to stigmatize the Canadian oil industry.
- Canaccord sued by ex-employee Weisgerber
Canaccord Genuity Corp. is facing a lawsuit from a former employee, John Weisgerber. He claims that he received nothing after he gave up his $22-million book of business.
- Shell Summary for Oct. 7, 2015
Robert Thast and Paul Larkin's capital pool shell, Capstream Ventures, adds Innovega Inc. to the list of companies in which it will invest. Innovega is a Bellevue company that is developing video eyewear technology.
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