Corus on the Comeback

Triplett, Tim
August 2007
Metal Center News;Aug2007, Vol. 47 Issue 9, p32
Trade Publication
The article discusses the financial recovery of Corus Group PLC in Great Britain. Corus has achieved a major turnaround in its business when the company acquires Tata Steel Ltd., which eventually finds itself at the core steel's globalization. According to David Bright, the company has returned to profitability under the leadership of chief executive officer (CEO) Philippe Varin. The company's officials believe that the acquisition of Corus has created the world's sixth largest steel producer.


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