The steel industry is calling for more public works projects after the American Society of Civil Engineers gave the nation's infrastructure a C- grade in its newly released 2021 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure.
Lakshmi Mittal created the world's largest steelmaker that at one point single-handedly produced a tenth of the world's steel. He founded ArcelorMittal, a multinational giant with customers in 160 countries that long ran Northwest Indiana's mills.
ArcelorMittal lost more than $3.1 billion from its overall global operations in the last two years it made steel in Northwest Indiana.
The Luxembourg-based steelmaker reached an agreement to sell 40 million shares through an underwritten public market offering.
The Congressional Steel Caucus argues the tariffs are needed to protect a vital industry that supports 2 million jobs across the United States, supplying the metal needed for cars, appliances, bridges, buildings and other infrastructure.
Cleveland-Cliffs plans to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 25% by 2030 to help address climate change by lessening its carbon impact.
The steel industry and United Steelworkers union are urging the new administration to maintain the steel tariffs of 25% on most foreign-made steel and quotas that were imposed in 2018 after thousands of steelworker layoffs and mill idlings nationwide.
U.S. Steel has sold the Keystone Industrial Port Complex in its home state of Pennsylvania for $160 million.
ArcelorMittal, the Luxembourg-based steel giant that's in the process of selling off most of its Northwest Indiana operations, lost $300 million in the third quarter, as compared to $600 million in the second quarter.
Northwest Indiana voters still can cast an their ballot at early voting sites in Lake and Porter counties Saturday and Monday morning, before hundreds of precinct polling places open Tuesday for Election Day.
Voters must choose between three men — Democrat Frank J. Mrvan, Republican Mark Leyva, and Libertarian Michael Strauss — as Northwest Indiana's new representative in Congress.
The three candidates vying to represent Northwest Indiana in the U.S. House are offering voters very different perspectives on the role of government and the policies they would pursue.
ArcelorMittal loses $559 million in second quarter because of coronavirus impact.
American Iron and Steel Institute names interim CEO.
The person likely to become Northwest Indiana's next congressman believes he's ready to take on the social and economic challenges facing the Region and the nation.
ArcelorMittal lost $1.1 billion during the first quarter because of the coronavirus-induced downturn in the steel industry.
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.
The company would not say exactly how many workers were affected by the latest round of cuts.
U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky is recommending his fellow Hoosier Democrats nominate state Sen. Karen Tallian for Indiana attorney general.
ArcelorMittal USA suffered from a 4.7% drop in flat-rolled demand last year, the biggest drop since the import crisis in 2015.
ArcelorMittal Burns Harbor made the steel plate for the new USS St. Louis Navy ship
A Republican congressional candidate who has lost seven times this century to retiring U.S. Rep. Pete Visclosky wants to see how he'll fare without Visclosky on the ballot.
The new trade deal incentive the use of North American made-steel in the manufacturing of cars, auto parts, welded pipe, tube, and many other products.
Many members of the African American-majority legislative council described Hatcher as a trail blazer who broke down barriers and represented the Gary community well.