Bethlehem reports lower quarterly loss Citing new duties on steel imports, firm foresees profit
Losses, layoffs raise doubts about recovery Armco will cut 490 workers at 2 area plants
The decline and fall of steel
Merry-Go-Round workers to vote on joining union ILGWU disputes voters' eligibility
The human costs of steel are revealed in history of a town and an industry
Summit's eve brings tax-cut pledge Clinton aide says economic recovery wouldn't scrap break for middle class
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Bethlehem mill could reopen by Feb.
Indian group to buy Bethlehem bar unit
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Bethlehem plans health center for Pa. workers
Losses at Bethlehem Steel extend into third quarter
A mill's closing puts a steel grip on many hearts
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Crown Cork will close plant in E. Baltimore 60 jobs to be lost; duplication cited
DEAF EAR FOR WORKERS' COMPLAINTS State no longer enforces its own wage, hour laws
A can-do 5K: Entrants recycle, help needy
Loral, Thomson join in bid for LTV missile operation
Steel union calls latest fatality a freak accident Plant safety scored but not blamed for 4th death in a year
Man dies from mill injuries 4th worker to die within a year at Sparrows Point
Unfair-trade cases planned by steelmakers U.S. companies accuse rivals overseas of 'dumping' here
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Union accord stabilizes Armco operations here Biddle Street plant linked with Pa. mill in new division.
Bethlehem to build Miss. plant Joint venture set up with National, firm owned by Japanese.
Bethlehem joins Japanese-owned rival for project National Steel partner in plans for Miss. plant
Cutback to cost 350 steel jobs at Sparrows Point Bethlehem plans to shut bar, rod and wire division
Troubled steel -- III How to save Sparrows Point and other troubled mills
Bethlehem lost $45 million in 1st quarter Steelmaker says weak demand, low prices point to more red ink
Bethlehem lost $45 million in 1st quarter Steelmaker says weak demand, low prices point to difficult year
Bethlehem expects more losses Deficits predicted into June; $45 million lost in 1st quarter.
EXERCISING RESTRAINT Steel quota's end sparks debate over guarding industry
Major blue-collar union leaders reluctant to back Gov. Clinton UAW, steelworkers, others don't like his record.
Armco, Cyclops study linking two steel plants
Armco, Cyclops study linking Baltimore, Pittsburgh plants
Harkin to appear
Bethlehem Steel plans big cutbacks after 2nd huge loss 350 jobs threatened at Sparrows Point
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US Can will reopen Sparrows Point plant
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Bethlehem, British Steel call off venture
PAY OR PLAY:Business-labor-consumer coalition calls for universal health care coverage, cost control
Laid-off can workers at least have good benefits
American Can plant to close 280 jobs to be lost; iron works also shutting.
BSSC loses arbitration over finishing of steel
Sparrows Point accident kills steel worker
Coke ovens to close for 2 years 500 jobs in jeopardy at Bethlehem Steel