For 80 days, at a sprawling steelworks, a relentless Russian assault met unyielding Ukrainian resistance. This is how it was for those who fought, and for those trapped beneath the battlefield.
Europe’s largest economy and key energy hub still depends on gas supplies now ensnared in conflict. Here’s how Germany is preparing and what is at stake.
Like the white picket fence, the stainless steel fence — prevalent in New York neighborhoods densely populated by Asian homeowners — evokes a sense of making it, but it’s flashier.
A global buyers’ club of more than 50 companies, including Microsoft and Ford Motor, say they will buy “green” steel, aluminum and other commodities by 2030.
Discarded metal left by decades of conflict has become a livelihood for impoverished Afghans. But many have been killed by unexploded munitions.
The Biden administration will lift a 25 percent tariff on the Ukrainian steel sector for one year to help the country’s economy.
A train enthusiast reflects on the grandeur of the world’s largest operating steam locomotive, recently returned to service.
Under increasing pressure to sever the country’s reliance on Russian energy, German officials must contend with deeply rooted economic ties.
Words of hope, in Arabic calligraphy, were incised into the building’s facade and matched precisely in its interior walls.
A new initiative aims to reduce emissions from steel, cement, aluminum and other materials used in the industrial sector, which generates about a third of the nation’s greenhouse gases.
The agreement will transform a current 25 percent tariff into a so-called tariff-rate quota, exempting up to 1.25 million metric tons of Japanese steel.
For more than 30 years, Elaine Thomas altered test results for more than 240 steel productions while working for a foundry that provides metal for U.S. Navy submarines.
A potential agreement on steel trade provides the clearest look yet at how the Biden administration plans to implement a trade policy that is both protectionist and progressive
The deal, which comes as U.S. and E.U. allies meet in Rome, will keep some trade protections in place in a nod to metalworking unions that supported President Biden.
Andrew Forrest made a mining fortune. Now he wants to lead a climate change revolution — and beat the fossil fuel giants along the way.
The country’s energy inefficiency and dependence on climate-damaging coal threaten to damage its image as a reliable manufacturing base.
A new trade and technology partnership aims to counter China, but tensions over issues like metal tariffs remain.
Beijing is the undisputed king of coal, but the announcement at the United Nations General Assembly this week was cautiously welcomed by climate experts.
The Biden administration is trying to rebuild relations with Europe, but it is moving cautiously to unwind tariffs imposed by President Donald J. Trump.
Pittsburgh’s once strong unions are part of the answer, Gabriel Winant explains in his book “The Next Shift,” but the change hasn’t come without complications.
With climate concerns growing, steel companies face an inevitable crunch. ArcelorMittal sees solutions, but the costs are likely to run into tens of billions of dollars in Europe alone.
Four artist-fabricators say they made the mysterious manifestation in stainless steel that sprang up in Atascadero. Meanwhile, another rises in Las Vegas.
Foxconn’s failure to deliver on a Wisconsin project underscores the limits of the president’s power to make companies bend to his will.
The Trump administration’s moves to decouple the two economies means less leverage over Beijing’s green policies.
The step, which could incite retaliation from Canada, comes as the countries are preparing to ring in a new trade agreement July 1.
The ingenuity of engineers helped build landmarks like Black Rock and the new supertalls. Our critic takes a virtual tour with Guy Nordenson.
The weakness raises the possibility that the Chinese economy may have shrunk in the first quarter of this year. It would be the first contraction since 1976.