CNOOC executive vice-president Fang Zhi will be Nexen’s new boss.
Transferring activities to Europe due to proximity to customers, French company said
The Scottsdale, Ariz.-based musical instrument conglomerate current market conditions and insufficient volume levels as reasons to close iconic factory
Results mostly due to the massive recession and ensuing economic stagnation south of the border, more than robust growth here
Tens of thousands of workers remained off the job Tuesday after they rejected the company’s latest offer
Mining firm will defer equipment purchases, reduce spending on development projects and delay the restart of its Quintette coal mine in B.C.
Claim delay has erased thousands of high-paying pipeline jobs this summer alone
The heavy machinery maker cut its top executive’s compensation to $12 million in 2013, as profits fell by a third
The plant makes blow-moulded, co-extruded and injection moulded fuel tanks and fuel transfer systems
Union dropped appeal an hour before scheduled start of National Labor Relations Board hearing