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Peabody Energy Corporation (OTCMKTS:BTUUQ) updated that A. Verona Dorch has been designated in the list of the most prominent women of Corporate U.S. This list is disclosed by Savoy magazine. Dorch is an experienced international pioneer in the compliance, government relations and legal unit. She joined firm as Executive VP, Chief Legal Executive last year. She possesses extensive experience of over 20 years in running counseling of varied global operations, which consists of over 10-years working experience as a secondment and in-house advisor in Tokyo.

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Glenn Kellow, who is the CEO of Peabody, commented that Dorch is a frontrunner, role model and counselor with a methodology that showcases their values. The management is exhilarated that the business community acknowledged her contributions, which adds value to global organization, the business community and also society as whole. Kellow mentioned that Dorch is part of firm’s new management team brings the market strength to company.

CFO Amy Schwetz as well as Dorch have successfully completed first year with the company, bringing extensive and combined experience of over 40 years to Peabody.

Savoy Magazine’s recognition of Dorch as “influential women” throws light on a cross section of executives representing varied industries with a national and worldwide focus. Selections indicates those who bring leadership while enhancing the community and inspiring others, and are set by the Savoy recording board and community heads.

Peabody Energy comes in the group of pioneering private-sector coal entities and lists in Fortune 500. It serves thermal and metallurgical coal consumers in 25 nations on as many as six continents and has received many safety, corporate and environmental recognitions in the past 5 years.

In other update, Australia’s South32 gave its node to buy firm’s Metropolitan coking coal mine that is located in Australia. It also accepted to buy firm’s linked stake of over 16% in the ‘Port Kembla Coal Terminal’. This deal is said to be valued at $200 million.

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