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Matter Of Time For The Gold Fix To Follow Silver - Coeur Mining

August 15, 2014

The 117-year old silver price fixing tradition is coming to an end on Friday and Kitco News speaks with one of the world’s largest silver producers to find out how this may affect the company.

Deferring Construction on the La Preciosa Project

August 12, 2014

by Joe Phillips, Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer - On July 30, 2014, Coeur announced results from the feasibility study on our La Preciosa silver-gold project located in the state of Durango, Mexico and our decision to defer construction activities at this time. As our President & CEO, Mitch Krebs, stated in the announcement, our decision to defer construction is an economic one, driven by a 29 percent decrease in silver prices since we announced the acquisition of Orko Silver and its key asset, La Preciosa, in February 2013.The decision is a prime example of how Coeur is differentiating itself with a disciplined approach to mining projects. The question is not if La Preciosa will be built, the question is when is the right time?

Workforce Magazine – 2014 Game Changer: Keagan Kerr

August 04, 2014

Keagan Kerr's first assignment as vice president of human resources for Coeur Mining Inc. was a big one.

Growth and Expansion at Coeur Rochester

July 28, 2014

by Rob Stepper, General Manager, Rochester - Our Rochester silver-gold mine is located near Lovelock in west central Nevada's Pershing County. The mine's story of renewal is one of the best in Coeur Mining's history. It began operations in 1986 with a projected five-year mine life and 28 years later, it is positioned to be a significant asset for Coeur and a key contributor to the Pershing County economy and community.

Taking a Fresh Look at Exploration

July 14, 2014

by Hans Rasmussen, Vice President, Exploration - A number of the articles we have posted here on The Prospector have discussed the ways Coeur has changed how it conducts business as part of our overall corporate transformation. Exploration is no exception to this process.

Leadership in Corporate Governance

June 30, 2014

by Casey Nault, General Counsel - As a public company, Coeur Mining is committed to being a leader in corporate governance. In my view, corporate governance is best understood as a framework of rules and practices by which a company is directed and controlled, including ensuring transparency and accountability of the company and its Board of Directors and management to relevant stakeholders, including investors, employees, affected communities, government and non-government organizations.

Implementing a Collaborative Approach to Supply Chain

June 16, 2014

by Tony Astorga, Director, Supply Chain Management - As a team, we decided to take a different approach at Coeur. Rather than waiting for a request to be initiated, as would be the case with the traditional supply chain approach, we have constantly strived to be involved earlier in the process requiring greater spend visibility and analysis, demand planning, and forecasting.

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