Barrick CEO Sees Zambia Mine Worth More Than $735 Million

Barrick Gold Corp. believes its Zambian copper mine is worth more than the $735 million carrying value listed in its latest annual report. Chief Executive Officer Mark Bristow said he’s received interest from potential buyers of the mine, called Lumwana, but isn’t in a hurry to sell it. Bristow disputed a

Rothy’s Is Setting Trends With Its New Collection

Even with this level of dedicated fandom and passion on the part of its customers, Rothy’s is moving beyond the flat made from recycled plastic bottles that made it famous. Almost a year after the brand received a $35 million investment from Goldman Sachs, Rothy’s is rolling out products in

Barneys New York Is Sold for Scrap, Ending an Era

Ms. Vitale, the company’s former chief executive, spent much of the summer meeting with potential purchasers. Gene Pressman, the member of the Barneys founding family who had driven the store’s expansion into women’s wear and masterminded its Madison Avenue location, considered jumping back into the fray “for about five minutes,”

TruTag, the Tiny Barcodes Protecting Consumers from Counterfeit Drugs

According to PYMNTS, merchants suffered $323 billion in total losses from counterfeit products in 2017. Online sales of counterfeit and illicit products are predicted to reach $1.8 trillion by 2020.  “Illicit trade in fake goods is a major challenge in an innovation-driven global economy,” said Christian Archambeau, executive director at the

Interior design startup Havenly raises $32 million

Interior design platform Havenly is raising $32 million in new funding to create its first private label brand as the startup aims to integrate its own products into its design recommendation engine. The Denver-startup is an online interior design consultancy of sorts which pairs users looking to redesign their homes or