- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for March 11, 2014
Cancana Resources still hopes to spin off its diamond "opportunities" in Brazil. Metalex Ventures will drill Wemindji while it waits on U2. Canada Carbon plans to process up to 1,100 tonnes of graphitic rock from the old Miller mine.
- Shell Summary for March 11, 2014
Geoff Balderson's fifth capital pool shell, Aim Explorations, plans to acquire a medical device company as its QT. The target's founder is another shell-maker and promoter, William McCartney.
- Gold Summary for March 11, 2014
Sandstorm Gold rises on year-end financials. It bought 36,000 ounces of gold last year at $420 an ounce. Terrax Minerals receives permits to drill near Yellowknife. Satori Resources triples after hiring a medical marijuana consultant.
- Energy Summary for March 11, 2014
Bankers Petroleum has friends among analysts. Canacol Energy unofficially raises its production target. MGM Energy mulls a below-market takeover offer from its parent, Paramount Resources, and another poll shows that most Americans support Keystone XL.
- Shell Summary for March 10, 2014
Toby Pierce's Crest Petroleum plans to buy a rig rental business in Texas as its QT. AltaCorp Capital will handle a $4-million private placement for the deal.
- Gold Summary for March 10, 2014
Kaminak Gold arranges a $10-million bought deal for Coffee. Mexicans occupy Great Panther's Guanajuato silver mine. Cerro Grande struggles to produce gold high in the Chilean mountains.
- Energy Summary for March 10, 2014
DeeThree Exploration has increased its reserves fivefold in two years. Crew Energy and NuVista Energy release some of their best results in the Montney. Hyperion Exploration enjoys a curious rise, and Quakers in Philadelphia protest against Keystone XL.
- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for March 10, 2014
Shareholders of Pangolin Diamonds are pleased with their directors; less so with their lack of news. Debut Diamonds needs cash for MacFadyen. Wolfden Resources is raising cash and Nouveau Monde Mining Enterprises is picking up a new graphite play.
- Abzu defends firing of ex-CEO Price
Abzu Gold Ltd. says it fired its former CEO, David Price, after he tried to mislead its compensation committee into approving a new employment agreement. He told the committee that an influential shareholder had approved the agreement, Abzu claims.
- Shell Summary for March 7, 2014
Tweed Inc., the QT target of LW Capital, and the first public pot shop, has had little trouble rounding up high-profile Toronto investors for its company. Murray Sinclair and Brian Bayley's Nebo Capital cancels its QT and will transfer to the NEX.
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Stockwatch US Headlines
- Akers Biosciences Co-Founder and Executive Chairman to Assume Duties of President & CEO
- SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Brower Piven Encourages Investors Who Have Losses in Excess of $100,000 From Investment in The Medicines Company to Contact Brower Piven Before the April 22, 2014 Lead Plaintiff Deadline (MDCO)
- SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Brower Piven Encourages Investors Who Have Losses in Excess of $200,000 from Investment in Intercept Pharmaceuticals, Inc. to Contact Brower Piven Before the April 22, 2014 Lead Plaintiff Deadline (ICPT)
- Law Firm Brower Piven Announces Investigation of Centrix Bank & Trust Proposed Buyout
- Duke Energy to complete all ice storm-related outages today; preparations under way to address new outages that may result from today's high winds
- Wells Fargo NeighborhoodLIFT Program Brings $5.65 Million to Boost Denver Homeownership
- MACOM Announces Lowest Power Quad-Channel Driver Solutions for 100 Gigabit Ethernet
- ITEX Launches Virtual Currency Systems
- Apache completes sale of Argentina Assets to YPF
- Adobe to Webcast Q1 FY14 Earnings Conference Call
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- BCE's Bell Media launches TSN Go live streaming app
BCE Inc.'s Bell Media has launched the TSN Go app. Subscribers can now stream sporting events and watch them live on the app.
- Chlormet grants options to buy 1.5 million shares
Chlormet Technologies Inc. has granted options to buy 1.5 million shares at 16 cents per share until March 12, 2019. The company granted the options to its directors, officers and consultants.
- Aston Hill's new DRIP to begin with May dividend
Aston Hill Financial Inc. has adopted a DRIP, starting with its May, 2014, dividend. The DRIP allows Canadian shareholders to reinvest the cash dividends they receive from Aston into more shares. The DRIP allows for a 5-per-cent discount to the VWAP.
- Benton Resources regains 100% of Onion Lake project
Benton Resources Inc. has regained a 100-per-cent interest in the Onion Lake project in Ontario. The company will also receive an $80,000 payment as consideration for assessment deficiencies from Eldorado Gold Corp.
- Strategic Oil & Gas to raise up to $50-million
Strategic Oil & Gas Ltd. has arranged an equity offering for up to $50-million with a syndicate of banks, consisting of 92.6 million shares at 54 cents. It expects insiders to subscribe for a significant portion of the offering.
- Shaw's Slice to premiere "Unusually Thicke" April 16
Shaw Communications Inc.'s Slice will premiere "Unusually Thicke," a semi-reality TV show featuring Growing Pains' Alan Thicke on April 16. The show follows Alan and his family, which includes Robin Thicke, a "pop star prodigy."
- Pacific Booker submits Morrison clarification to BCEAO
Pacific Booker Minerals Inc. has submitted a report clarifying the BCEAO's remaining concerns for the Morrison project. Klohn Crippen Berger prepared the report.
- White Bear to acquire Tinkerine for 12 million shares
White Bear Resources Inc. will acquire Tinkerine Studio for 12 million shares. Upon closing, White Bear will change its name to Tinkerine Studios, and all current directors and officers of the company except for John Veltheer will resign.
- Mullen Group choose PwC as new auditor
Mullen Group Ltd. will change its auditor from KPMG to PricewaterhouseCoopers, following a committee review. There were no problems between the company and KPMG. The company is taking this step because of its "cost discipline."
- Avigilon releases Access Control Manager 5.0
Avigilon Corp. has released the Access Control Manager 5.0 product. The product apparently integrates identity management, video surveillance systems and physical security for organizations of all sizes.
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