Gogebic Taconite President Bill Williams said the company will back out because the Senate sent a "clear message that Wisconsin will not welcome iron mining."
Because it works so well, aluminum recycling continues to expand, but this expansion could run into problems, a new MIT analysis shows, unless measures are put in place to reduce impurities that can build up as aluminum is recycled over and over again.
A United Steelworkers Union spokesman attributed the shutdown of the Baltimore blast furnace, owned by RG Steel, to market conditions.
Century Aluminum has taken a major step toward restarting its shuttered plant but still faces a competitive labor agreement and an energy contract.
Hughie Elbert Stover was convicted of lying to investigators and destroying thousands of security-related documents at Massey Energy's mine.
The pipe manufacturer said it will invest $100 million in the plant because they are "delighted" at the performance of its employees.
The electric-powered mill west of Indianapolis is now one of the largest of its type, employs about 500 workers and is now battling cheap Chinese exports.
At least 13 people have been killed and 17 hurt in a blast at a steel plant in northeastern China.
China is poised to overtake India to become the world's biggest gold market this year as rising incomes fuel demand for the precious metal.
High prices for copper and other metals, combined with a struggling economy, have spurred thefts from manufacturers nationwide, and legislation is soon to follow.
Golden Dragon Copper is planning a $100 million facility in Wilcox County, and could bring between 300 and 500 jobs to the region.
Steel maker posted a $1 billion net loss in the three months to end-December, even though sales spiked 8.5 percent at $22.45 billion.
The longtime executives are leaving after a 2 1/2-year span that's seen two dozen recalls of Tylenol, Motrin, Zyrtec and a congressional investigation.
The Serbian government said the deal was a "forced move" to try and keep the plant open and its 5,400 workers employed at a time of widespread joblessness.
Authorities were redoubling efforts to prevent a toxic cadmium spill from further tainting water supplies, as seven chemical company officials were reported detained.
A WTO appeals body largely sided with the United States, EU and Mexico, and said China must reduce its export duty and export quota measures.
U.S. Steel will sell its Serbian subsidiary to the government for a nominal purchase price and record a non-cash charge of up to $450 million related to the sale.
The government will offer an "action plan" to help the Pittsburgh-based giant keep its work force of over 5,000 people in its factory in Smederevo.
Joel Bukiewicz began his company with hunting knives, but soon realized the potential in a line of kitchen knives, considering the swath of chefs in the greater New York area.
Crown Casting Industries, a modern iron and bronze foundry, today announced plans to open a plant in Greenwood County. The $16 million investment is expected to create 50 new jobs.
Sen. Charles Schumer of New York is calling on the Defense Department to restore the requirement that all steel used in military contracts be made in locally.
The FDA is warning patients about a potential mix-up between powerful prescription pain drugs and common over-the-counter medications like Excedrin and Gas-X.
Nashville Wire Products Mfg. Co., a Nashville-based manufacturer of steel and wire products, purchased substantially all of the assets of their leading competitor AWP Industries of Frankfort, KY.
On Tuesday, the company board urged shareholders to reject what it called "an opportunistic, low-ball price" from Icahn.