Cynthia Carroll


Cynthia Carroll News

  • Anglo American Says Copper Unit Operations Going Well

    Anglo American Plc said copper operations are running “exceptionally well,” opening the door to exceeding output forecasts, as the London-based miner seeks to boost operations after project writedowns and lower profits.

  • Anglo Seen by Bernstein as Ending Years of ‘Self-Harm’

    Anglo American Plc, the metals producer reviewing global assets to boost profit after replacing its chief executive officer, has started correcting years of “self-harm,” Sanford C. Bernstein Ltd. said.

  • Anglo American Raises CEO Cutifani’s Pay 3% to $2 Million

    Anglo American Plc increased the base salary of Chief Executive Officer Mark Cutifani by 3 percent as he proceeds with a review of the mining company’s operations from Australia to Canada.

  • Amplats Seen at Risk of Reversing Gains as Top Platinum Stock

    A rally that crowned Anglo American Platinum Ltd. the top performing South African platinum stock risks reversing once the cost of an eight-week long strike is tallied, according to Imara SP Reid.

  • Anglo CEO Doubles Down on New Mines Amid Falling Demand

    Driving northeast from Santiago, the road corkscrews toward the shark’s-grin skyline of the Andes Mountains. In winter, Santiago’s smart set plies this route, heading for virgin-powder days and pisco-sour nights at La Parva ski resort. Most have no inkling that in a high mountain valley just over the ridgeline, excavators the size of houses have sculpted the mountainside into a steeply terraced pit 1,800 feet deep, Bloomberg Markets magazine reports in its September issue.

  • Cutifani Will Have No One Else to Blame After Writedowns

    Anglo American Plc’s Mark Cutifani will have no one left to blame if he fails to meet his goal of turning the company around as early as next year after writing down former Chief Executive Officer Cynthia Carroll’s deals.

  • Anglo’s Carroll Quits as First Woman CEO as Miner Lags

    Anglo American Plc Chief Executive Officer Cynthia Carroll, the first woman, external hire and non- South African to hold the job, will quit after Anglo lost $14 billion in value in the more than five years she was in charge.

  • Anglo Rises in London as Carroll Sees Better Year in 2013

    Anglo American Plc, which swung to a full-year loss after a $4.6 billion writedown at its biggest project, rose to the highest in five weeks in London as Chief Executive Officer Cynthia Carroll said 2013 would be better.

  • Anglo’s Carroll Says Platinum Will Be Successor’s Main Challenge

    Cynthia Carroll, the Anglo American Plc chief stepping down in two months, said her successor’s main challenge will be returning the company’s platinum unit to profitability after strikes last year wiped out earnings.

  • Carroll’s Anglo Successor to Face Platinum Turnaround Task

    Anglo American Plc’s replacement for Cynthia Carroll, the mining company’s departing chief executive officer, will have to confront its unprofitable platinum unit as the most pressing challenge.

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