The business could be valued at $3.3 billion, though other sources said it was worth $2.5 billion.
Half of silver jewelry purchases involve women buying jewelry for themselves, according to the survey.
We spoke with Christine Furstoss, the company’s technology director for manufacturing and materials.
The U.S. Virgin Islands is attempting to lure small businesses with substantial incentives. Here's how they're do it.
The Swiss bank held trading portfolio assets of $9.7 billion in precious metals and other physical commodities.
What's more, the infrastructure problem could persist throughout 2014, as railroads turn to shipping more-profitable crude oil.
But Russia’s central bank has been a strong and consistent buyer of gold in the past several years.
It may be six years before General Electric works out the kinks and can sell the fridges commercially.
The outlook for silver prices in relation to China’s giant solar panel industry is slightly bullish, but there are several unknowns.
If General Electric can help oil companies process oil at the seabed floor, it could earn millions and win fresh business in a competitive industry.
The company’s ambitious ongoing agenda includes tapping into a $90 billion global tea market.
Up to half of China’s warehoused copper may be used in informal financing deals as collateral.
Underdeveloped transport and logistics infrastructure may prevent U.S. natural gas from becoming a global natural resource in the near future.
A tell-tale stat: Total dairy product sales to China surged 70 percent last year.
The man who made a fortune with George Soros back in the 1980s spoke with IBTimes about demand for natural resources worldwide.
Investments in Peru’s mining sector could reach a record $14 billion in 2014.
Up to 500,000 stores are expected to take part in the demonstration.
For Facebook's $19 billion WhatsApp buy, investors could buy the entire South African gold mining industry, according to one gold analyst.
What's more, the number of daily calories lost per person varies from 400 calories a day to 1500 calories a day in the developed world.
The government alleges that Sprint inflated expenses related to wiretap equipment mandated by the government, to the tune of $21 million.