Wheeling-Pitt Shareholders Elect Esmark-Favored Board

January 2007
Metal Center News;Jan2007, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p49
Trade Publication
The article reports on the election of Esmark Inc. in Chicago, Illinois to the board of directors of Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp. in December 2006. The election was due to a wide margin and it clears the way for Esmark's acquisition of the West Virginia mill. Craig Bouchard, president and chief financial officer of Esmark, believes that the elected directors have the capacity to contribute to the progress of Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp.


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