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Coeur's Corporate Development Team is Working to Answer the Question, "What's Next?"

November 10, 2014

by Mike Harrison, Vice President of Corporate Development - Coeur Mining's Corporate Development mandate is to make sure we find and develop external growth opportunities. We strive to constantly improve our portfolio of assets and use our strengths and expertise as a leading mining company to enhance stockholder value, recognizing that the investment community is always asking the question, "What's next?" Answering that question requires a detailed understanding of where we are now as a company, where we strategically want to go, and what opportunities are available to change the trajectory of the company.

How Chicago leads in luring businesses

November 05, 2014

As companies and people move back into cities, Chicago is on its way to become a global “megacity.” Here’s how one of the best cities for business attracts big investments.

Coeur Mining: “Hang on for the Run Ups” in the Silver Price

November 05, 2014

At the 2014 Silver Summit, held in Spokane, Washington from October 23 to 24, Silver Investing News had the chance to speak with Hans Rasmussen, vice president of exploration at Coeur Mining (NYSE:CDE). Coeur is the largest US-based primary silver producer, as well as a significant gold producer.

Nevada: The Land of Silver

November 05, 2014

Silver mining has a long, storied history in Nevada, and to this day the state’s silver deposits remain economically important. So much so that Nevada is nicknamed “the Silver State.”

Coeur Discovers High-grade Mineralization at Kensington

October 24, 2014

Coeur Mining announced high-grade drill results from their Kensington gold mine in Alaska, including the nearby Jualin zone. A new resource estimate is pending Q4 2014; a new mine plan, forecast to reflect higher-grade production, lower costs, and higher cash flow, is pending Q1 2015.

Executive Leadership for Compliance to Commitment

October 24, 2014

There is no question that compliance with health and safety regulations is a critical component of successful operations in any industry. Nevertheless, because these regulations are externally imposed, there is a tendency for health and safety to be viewed as an ancillary function to the primary activities of any organization. This externally focused approach to health and safety has the potential to adopt a “compliance mindset.” This attitude becomes an avoidance approach to negative external consequences, instead of a positive and progressive methodology to prevent risks.

KOMET: Embodying a Commitment Mindset to Health and Safety

October 22, 2014

by Ernie Mendoza, Behavioral Science Technology (BST) Facilitator - KOMET is a positive approach for assessing our safe behaviors at Kensington as well as generating meaningful feedback and open discussions that lead to continual improvement of our processes. We recognize there is always room for improvement at every job. However, we want to ensure we are providing a caring and supportive environment where improvement is encouraged and recognized.

Dialogue and Transparency with Investors is More Important Now than Ever

October 09, 2014

by Bridget Freas, Director, Investor Relations - Creating and maintaining stockholder value is a key focus in the decisions we make every day at Coeur. Since we engage regularly with stockholders and analysts, our management team is aware of the investment community’s views, concerns and aspirations for our company. Ensuring transparency and accountability with all of Coeur’s stakeholders, including investors, is how we do business.

Rochester Growth and Community Impact

September 25, 2014

For Coeur Rochester, its strong relationship with the City of Lovelock and Pershing County, Nevada has always been a priority. Learn more about our Rochester operations, culture, and the impact the mine has had on the local community as well as the community’s impact on the mine.

Reaching Tomorrow's Mining Industry Talent: Coeur's Internship Program

September 22, 2014

by Emilie Schouten, Director, Talent Acquisition and Development and Dan Pearson, Senior Recruiter - As we have discussed in other posts here on The Prospector, one of Coeur Mining's four core values is innovation. When we decided to initiate a new summer internship program, we wanted to ensure that we incorporated a fresh and innovative approach to our recruiting activities with the program.

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