The gold miner, Aurizon Mines Ltd.(USA)(NYSEAMEX:AZK) today reported that it was in talks with a number of potential buyers, after rejecting last month an unwanted C$780 million ($785 million) offer from Alamos Gold Inc.
Company confidentiality said in a statement on Friday that agreements have been reached with the potential buyers and they are also conducting due diligence, but it did not specify all the parties involved in it.
In another news, the renowned General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) appointed its new head of operations in India to run its business development to take the seat of Pamela Daley, who is about to retire on next month.
The current appointment of John Flannery, 51, will take the post supervision GE’s mergers, acquisitions and disposals on April 1, the Fairfield, it is said in a statement today by Connecticut-based manufacturer. After 24 years, Daley is leaving the company.
Daley has been serving the GE since July 2004, as a head of business development. Daley was the chief strategist on GE’s as well as working as its disposal of plastics operations and the NBC Universal entertainment business.
Aurizon Mines Ltd. (USA) (NYSEAMEX:AZK) shares fell -0.86% to $4.59, General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) is fraction up 0.04% to $22.50 in current session today.