HELENA — Former Gov. Brian Schweitzer said he is enjoying his new position as chairman of the board of Stillwater Mining Co. and is acquiring a bigger stake in the company as some compensation for his part-time job.
Stillwater Mining Co. reported a loss Thursday primarily driven by the costs of fighting challenges for control of Montana’s largest publicly traded company and to pay executives who left after the battle.
NYE — Shareholders of Montana's largest public company elected former Gov. Brian Schweitzer and three other outsiders to Stillwater Mining Co.'s board Thursday after alleging mismanagement by the current directors.
A pair of investor research firms say strategic missteps by Montana's Stillwater Mining Co. warrant changes within its board, as a dissident investor group that includes former Gov. Brian Schweitzer seeks to oust the company's leadership.
A Montana coal executive has dropped out of a group seeking to take control of Stillwater Mining Co. after questions were raised about his academic credentials.
Union leaders representing workers at a Montana mining company say an attempted corporate takeover by a group including former Gov. Brian Schweitzer could harm employees.
A federal class action lawsuit alleges that a Montana mining company's board improperly awarded its chairman more than 104,000 shares of company stock.
The chief executive of a Montana mining company urged shareholders on Wednesday to reject a takeover by a group that includes former Gov. Brian Schweitzer.
Investors including Montana's former governor filed formal notice of their intent to take over a mining company they say is losing value and putting its domestic operations at risk with foreign expansion pursuits, according to regulatory filings released Monday.
A former Montana governor considered a dark horse candidate for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination has joined a hedge fund's attempt to take control of the state's largest publicly-owned mining company.
Citing poor stock performance by the Billings-based Stillwater Mining Co., a New York City investment group is demanding the retirement of its chief executive and a reversal of decisions to buy mines in Canada and Argentina.