A Steel Company Plans to Save the Ocean With Its Molten Waste
Tokyo Prosecutors Indict a Second Firm in Faked Data Scandal
Tokyo Prosecutors Indict Kobe Steel Over Data Falsification
11 Die, Thousands Flee Flood-Hit West Japan; Mazda Halts Plant
Kobe's Biggest Bull Says Scandal-Ridden Firm Should Dump Steel
Japanese Steel Mills to Spend Billions to Fend Off Arcelor
Kobe Steel chief resigns after further instances of misconduct.
Japan's Aluminum Industry Urges Trump to Pull Back on Tariffs
The joint acquisition by Arcelor and Nippon Steel depends on their plan being selected and accepted by the courts.
Trump's Tariffs Hammer Asian Metals Producers as Trade War Looms
IOC Says It Will Support North Korea for 2020 Tokyo Games: Kyodo
Baosteel Leapfrogs Arcelor as World's Most Valuable Mill: Chart
Steel Rally Has Further to Run on `Unprecedented' Conditions
Kobe Steel Scandal May Open Doors for Rivals, Spurned Suitors
Mitsubishi Materials Plunges After Admitting Units Faked Data
Kobe Steel Abandons Net Income Forecast as Scandal Blurs Outlook
Boom Times Roll for Japan’s Top Steelmaker as China Cleans Skies
Kobe's Profit Forecast in Question as Scandal Spoils Predictions
‘The boil’s being lanced,’ Kobe Steel President Kawasaki says.
Kobe Steel Said to Issue New Safety Report as Early as Next Week
Harsh reality for steel companies: need to provide higher quality metals to compete.