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No. 8. Peter Marrone, chairman and ceo of Yamana Gold photographed in his office in downtown Toronto. Mr. Marrone received a bonus of $3,859,280 in 2010.
No. 8. Peter Marrone, chairman and ceo of Yamana Gold photographed in his office in downtown Toronto. Mr. Marrone received a bonus of $3,859,280 in 2010.
(Glenn Lowson/Glenn Lowson for The Globe and Mail)

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Yamana on the lookout for further acquisitions

Yamana Gold Inc. has not necessarily called it a day on the acquisition front after scooping up Argentina-focused Extorre Gold Mines Ltd in the middle of last year.

“I feel interested in looking (at acquisitions), but I don’t feel compelled to buy anything,” Yamana Gold chief executive officer Peter Marrone said in an interview after the company reported an 89 per cent jump in fourth-quarter earnings this week.