ArcelorMittal loses $559 million in second quarter because of coronavirus impact.
ArcelorMittal donated 50 truckloads of limestone, which is used during the steelmaking process, to pave the way for the new Veterans Memorial Trail in Hebron.
ArcelorMittal and Nippon Steel won international recognition for their $5.7 billion acquisition of Essar Steel India Limited last year.
Work on the Hoover Dam, built by ArcelorMittal predecessor Bethlehem Steel, started 90 years ago this week.
The steelmaker, which employs more than 10,000 steelworkers across Northwest Indiana and Riverdale in neighboring Illinois, has won the distinction every year since it was launched in 2017.
More auto plants are reopening across the country, creating new business for Northwest Indiana's struggling steel mills.
Moody's downgraded the credit rating of one of Northwest Indiana's largest employers, saying it was susceptible to demand loss during the coronavirus pandemic.
ArcelorMittal lost $1.1 billion during the first quarter because of the coronavirus-induced downturn in the steel industry.
Steelmakers warn state of more than 3,780 potential layoffs in Gary, Portage and New Carlisle
The steelmaker, one of the Region's largest employers, has sent multiple WARN notices to the state as it has cut its workforce in response to a steep drop in demand.
Horseshoe Hammond Casino and Parkhurst Dining Services, the food service contractor at Valparaiso University, warned the state government of more than 2,000 furloughs.
The company would not say exactly how many workers were affected by the latest round of cuts.
The layoffs are expected to last less than six months.
Layoffs are expected to increase at ArcelorMittal steel mill in East Chicago.
ArcelorMittal President and CEO John Brett announced the layoffs in a letter to employees Monday, and did not specify how many jobs would be lost.
ArcelorMittal is 3D-printing ventilators and face shields in the coronavirus fight.
ArcelorMittal is laying off new hires at Burns Harbor and Gary Works is idling blast furnace as the Region's steel industry woes escalate.
The steelmaker told the union it plans to lay off workers with fewer than two years' experience at ArcelorMittal Indiana Harbor in East Chicago.
ArcelorMittal is idling another blast furnace, this time in Cleveland, as many auto plants remain shut down during the coronavirus crisis.
The company would not say exactly how many jobs would be affected
Northwest Indiana steel mills are taking coronavirus precautions like banning visitors and meetings with vendors.
ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor has begun the ISO 50001 certification process, an international standard for energy management.
ArcelorMittal USA suffered from a 4.7% drop in flat-rolled demand last year, the biggest drop since the import crisis in 2015.