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  • *Offered to let Casablanca appoint 2 independent directors. *Casablanca denies making a postponement request. Casablanca, Cliffs' fifth-largest shareholder with a 5.2 percent stake, wants Chief Executive Gary Halverson gone, and the company to spin off its "riskier" international operations from cash-generating U.S. assets.

  • *Says offered to let Casablanca appoint two independent directors. Casablanca, Cliffs' fifth-largest shareholder with about a 5 percent stake, nominated six directors for election to the company's 11- member board on Thursday. Cliffs said on Friday it had offered to let Casablanca appoint two independent directors.

  • *Says offered to let Casablanca appoint two independent directors to the board. "We are disappointed that Casablanca seems intent on waging a public campaign rather than continuing its private engagement with Cliffs' board and management team," Cliffs said on Friday, adding that it was ready to engage with Casablanca.

  • March 7- Iron ore producer Cliffs Natural Resources Inc said Casablanca Capital LP rejected an offer to settle a proxy fight and the activist investor was seeking full control of the company's board. Cliffs said it offered to allow Casablanca appoint two independent directors to the board.

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  • TORONTO, Feb 14- Canada's Labrador Iron Mines Holdings warned on Friday it needs new investment to continue mining operations in 2014, underscoring the challenges facing some of the small and established iron ore miners in Canada and overseas.

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  • Feb 12- The activist investor squaring off with Cliffs Natural Resources Inc named its preferred candidate for chief executive officer on Wednesday and said it plans to nominate enough new directors to form a majority of the iron ore miner's board.

  • Casablanca's Drapkin backs Cliffs CEO candidate     Wednesday, 12 Feb 2014 | 10:13 AM ET

    Donald Drapkin, Casablanca Capital founder and chairman, discusses the appointment of Lourenco Goncalves as the next CEO of mining company Cliffs Natural Resources, and explains the advantage he thinks Cliff's has over its competition. CNBC's Jim Cramer provides insight.

  • Cliffs, a Cleveland- headquartered iron ore and coal producer, said it plans to reduce its capital spending in 2014 by more than 50 percent to between $375 million and $425 million as it cuts back its Bloom Lake Mine expansion and idles production at its Wabush Mine.

  • Feb 11- Cliffs Natural Resources Inc said on Tuesday it plans to slash its capital spending in 2014 by more than 50 percent as it cuts back its Bloom Lake Mine expansion in Canada and idles production at its Wabush Mine, which is also in Canada.

  • Feb 11- Cliffs Natural Resources Inc said on Tuesday it plans to slash its capital spending in 2014 by more than 50 percent as it cuts back its Bloom Lake Mine expansion in Canada and idles production at its Wabush Mine, which is also in Canada.

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