My best and worst decisions: outgoing BHP Billiton's Marius Kloppers

By Michael Allan McCrae

The retiring CEO of the world’s biggest miner says he wished he invested less in the alumina business and the next five year the company will be focusing on cost-cutting and productivity.

Marius Klopper, who is stepping down in May, and Andrew MacKenzie, the newly appointed CEO, sat down for <a target=_self …read more
Source: Mining.com- Copper News

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