BHP Strikes Deal to Settle Samarco Claim
BHP Billiton has reached a near $A1 billion deal with Brazil's federal prosecutor to settle a civil claim over the fatal disaster at its Samarco joint...
BHP Cuts 290 Jobs from NSW Mine
BHP Billiton will axe almost 300 jobs from a coal mine in the NSW Hunter Valley.
South32 to Cuts 770 Aussie Jobs
BHP spin-off South32 will slash more than 770 jobs at its Australian operations as it braces for an extended downturn in the commodities sector.
ACCC Probes Iron Ore Cartel Concerns
Calls by Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest for Australia's biggest iron ore miners to cap production are being investigated by the competition watchdog amid concerns about potential cartel...
BHP Spending Slashed as Profit Dives
BHP Billiton has announced additional capital spending cuts of more than $US3 billion after its half year net profit dived 47.4 per cent.
BHP Refocuses for 2015
BHP Billiton is defying suggestions that the bulk of its cost cutting is done, unveiling new plans to remove a further $2 billion in capital spending...
BHP Pitches Demerger Plan
BHP Billiton chairman Jac Nasser has talked up the benefits of a multi-billion dollar plan to spin off some of the mining giant's less profitable assets.
BHP Boss says Colin Barnett Wrong on Iron Ore
BHP Billiton boss Andrew Mackenzie says West Australian Premier Colin Barnett is "completely wrong" to suggest the mining giant and Rio Tinto are flooding the iron...
BHP Sends Work Offshore, Angers Union
BHP has awarded a major steelwork contract for its new South Flank mine in the central Pilbara to a Chinese company, drawing the ire of the...
BHP Boosts Copper and Coal Output
BHP Billiton has maintained its full-year production guidance for most commodities including iron ore after reporting a first-half boost in production of copper and energy coal.