Russia's ARMZ makes $1.3-billion bid for Uranium One
Russia’s state uranium firm ARMZ has offered to take Canada’s Uranium One Inc. private in a $1.3-billion deal, but it may get the cold shoulder from shareholders holding out for years for a rebound in the embattled industry that could be just around the corner.
Minority shareholders are being offered $2.86 per share in the transaction that must be approved by holders of two-thirds of the company’s stock.
CLINTON CASH: MORE NAMES REVEALED OF FOUNDATION DONORS WHO BENEFITED FROM HILLARY’S STATE DEPARTMENT
On Thursday, the New York Times verified and confirmed facts presented in the forthcoming book Clinton Cash which reveals that in October 2010, then-Sec. of State Hillary Rodham Clinton approved the Russian government’s takeover of a company named Uranium One—a decision that gave away half of U.S. uranium output to the Russian government, resulted in the deal’s investors giving the Clinton Foundation $145 million, and occurred while Bill Clinton made hundreds of thousands of dollars in speaking fees paid for by Kremlin-connected businesses.That's 10% of the deal. A finders fee. Or rather, the fee for bringing the deal to completion.
“The ultimate authority to approve or reject the Russian acquisition rested with the cabinet officials on the foreign investment committee, including Mrs. Clinton — whose husband was collecting millions of dollars in donations from people associated with Uranium One,” reports the New York Times.The blatant corruption of the Clintons is amazing to behold. Unfortunately for Hillary, it appears the Cathedral wants someone new in charge.