Rio Tinto Sees Volatile Conditions Ahead
Rio Tinto has warned of tough conditions ahead after the mining giant posted its weakest underlying profit in more than a decade.
Rio to Cut 170 Jobs in Pilbara
Mining giant Rio Tinto plans to cut around 170 jobs at its Pilbara operations in Western Australia over the next few months, unions have been told.
Rio Tinto to Freeze Pay in 2016
Mining giant Rio Tinto has put a freeze on salaries for all employees, as it hunts for savings in the face of a continuing slump in...
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Is Australian Corporate Tax Too High?
Australian companies are taxed too highly, and politicians need to realise it's harming the economy, according to Rio Tinto chief executive Sam Walsh.
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...
Time For Miners to Cut Costs
Pilbara iron ore miners are among the nation's best paid workers, but Rio Tinto has told its workers that employee costs are one of a range...
Iron Ore Price Drop Clouds Rio’s Return to Profit
Rio Tinto has sold more than 300 million tonnes of iron ore in a year for the first time but a 33 per cent price plunge...
Rio Tinto H1 profit up 33% to $US4.4bn
Rio Tinto has delivered a 33 per cent jump in first-half net profit to $US4.38 billion ($5.9 billion), driven by a recovery in commodity prices.
Rio Rewards Shareholders as Profit Soars
Rio Tinto will deliver a record payout to shareholders after stronger commodity prices nearly doubled its full year profit.