January 2012

More auto suppliers admit price fixing

Two Japanese suppliers of automotive electrical components, Yazaki Corp. and Denso Corp., have agreed to pay a combined $548 million in fines for their involvement in multiple price-fixing and bid-rigging conspiracies in the sale of parts to U.S. automakers.

More auto suppliers admit price fixing

Two Japanese suppliers of automotive electrical components, Yazaki Corp. and Denso Corp., have agreed to pay a combined $548 million in fines for their involvement in multiple price-fixing and bid-rigging conspiracies in the sale of parts to U.S. automakers.

Major end-use sectors show signs of life: USS

U.S. Steel Corp. executives offered a cautiously optimistic outlook for 2012 on Tuesday, citing early signs of upticks in a host of markets, including automotive.

Major end-use sectors show signs of life: USS

U.S. Steel Corp. executives offered a cautiously optimistic outlook for 2012 on Tuesday, citing early signs of upticks in a host of markets, including automotive.

Tata Steel Minerals inks rail deal

Tata Steel Minerals Canada Ltd.—a joint venture between India's Tata Steel Ltd. and Calgary, Alberta-based New Millennium Capital Corp.—has entered into a life-of-mine rail transportation contract and locomotive rental agreement with Quebec North Shore and Labrador Railway Co. Inc. for the transport of iron ore products.

Tata Steel Minerals inks rail deal

Tata Steel Minerals Canada Ltd.—a joint venture between India's Tata Steel Ltd. and Calgary, Alberta-based New Millennium Capital Corp.—has entered into a life-of-mine rail transportation contract and locomotive rental agreement with Quebec North Shore and Labrador Railway Co. Inc. for the transport of iron ore products.

USS’ tubular operating income narrows despite rise in shipments

While tubular products continue to be a strong point for U.S. Steel Corp., profits from the segment narrowed in 2011, according to the company’s earnings results released Tuesday.

USS’ tubular operating income narrows despite rise in shipments

While tubular products continue to be a strong point for U.S. Steel Corp., profits from the segment narrowed in 2011, according to the company’s earnings results released Tuesday.

Severstal NA sees 6.3% boost in ’11 sales

Russian steelmaker OAO Severstal’s North American unit increased its sales volumes by 6.3 percent last year.

Severstal NA sees 6.3% boost in ’11 sales

Russian steelmaker OAO Severstal’s North American unit increased its sales volumes by 6.3 percent last year.