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ANGLOAMERICAN/
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January 08, 2013
People walk past a board outside the Anglo American offices in Johannesburg January 8, 2013. Australian...
Johannesburg, South Africa
People walk past a board outside the Anglo American offices in Johannesburg
People walk past a board outside the Anglo American offices in Johannesburg January 8, 2013. Australian mining executive Mark Cutifani, a one-time coal miner, has been appointed chief executive of Anglo American, taking on what analysts and investors say is one of the toughest jobs in the business. Cutifani, who will step down as chief executive of Johannesburg-based AngloGold in March, had been one of several outsiders in the running for the top job at Anglo after Cynthia Carroll quit in October. He was named as a frontrunner over the weekend.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
ANGLOAMERICAN/
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January 08, 2013
A worker pushes a trolley past a board outside the Anglo American offices in Johannesburg January 8,...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A worker pushes a trolley past a board outside the Anglo American offices in Johannesburg
A worker pushes a trolley past a board outside the Anglo American offices in Johannesburg January 8, 2013. Australian mining executive Mark Cutifani, a one-time coal miner, has been appointed chief executive of Anglo American, taking on what analysts and investors say is one of the toughest jobs in the business. Cutifani, who will step down as chief executive of Johannesburg-based AngloGold in March, had been one of several outsiders in the running for the top job at Anglo after Cynthia Carroll quit in October. He was named as a frontrunner over the weekend.
REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
G20/ANGLOAMERICAN
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November 10, 2010
Chief Executive Officer of Anglo American Cynthia Carroll attends the G20 CEO Summit in Seoul November...
Seoul, South Korea
Chief Executive Officer of Anglo American Cynthia Carroll attends the G20 CEO Summit in Seoul
Chief Executive Officer of Anglo American Cynthia Carroll attends the G20 CEO Summit in Seoul November 10, 2010. Carroll said on Wednesday its Minas Rio project in Brazil is progressing very well and the company will go ahead with its plan to sell its Brazilian fertiliser operation. REUTERS/Aly Song (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
G20/ANGLOAMERICAN
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November 10, 2010
Chief Executive Officer of Anglo American Cynthia Carroll attends the G20 CEO Summit in Seoul November...
Seoul, South Korea
Chief Executive Officer of Anglo American Cynthia Carroll attends the G20 CEO Summit in Seoul
Chief Executive Officer of Anglo American Cynthia Carroll attends the G20 CEO Summit in Seoul November 10, 2010. Carroll said on Wednesday its Minas Rio project in Brazil is progressing very well and the company will go ahead with its plan to sell its Brazilian fertiliser operation. REUTERS/Aly Song (SOUTH KOREABUSINESS - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
G20/ANGLOAMERICAN
RTXUFXP
November 10, 2010
Chief Executive Officer of Anglo American Cynthia Carroll attends the G20 CEO Summit in Seoul November...
Seoul, South Korea
Chief Executive Officer of Anglo American Cynthia Carroll attends the G20 CEO Summit in Seoul
Chief Executive Officer of Anglo American Cynthia Carroll attends the G20 CEO Summit in Seoul November 10, 2010. Carroll said on Wednesday its Minas Rio project in Brazil is progressing very well and the company will go ahead with its plan to sell its Brazilian fertiliser operation. REUTERS/Aly Song (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
AFRICA-FORUM/ANGLO
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June 13, 2007
Cynthia Carroll, chief executive of Anglo American, speaks as she sits next to the name plate for Tokyo...
Cape Town, South Africa
Cynthia Carroll speaks as she sits next to the name plate for Tokyo Sexwale at the opening session of...
Cynthia Carroll, chief executive of Anglo American, speaks as she sits next to the name plate for Tokyo Sexwale, executive chairman of Mvelaphanda Holdings, at the opening session of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Cape Town, South Africa, June 13, 2007. Anglo American Plc, the world's third biggest mining group, plans to inject $3.5 billion of new investment into Africa over the next five years, its chief executive said on Wednesday. Carroll said her firm would pump the money into several exploration and mining projects across the continent, which she said is seeing strong growth and reduced political risk. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SOUTH AFRICA)
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