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Steel Stories by U. S. Steel

United States Steel Corporation

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Welcome to Steel Stories by U. S. Steel. From market insights to industry trends, we will delve into the wealth of knowledge with world-renowned experts and industry thought leaders who will share their unique perspectives on global events shaping the future of steel. References to “greenhouse gas emissions (GHG)” throughout podcasts, in the context of U. S. Steel’s GHG reduction goals, refer to Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions.
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In this CEO Edition of Steel Stories, U. S. Steel President and CEO Dave Burritt welcomes Jim Bullard, former President of the St. Louis Federal Reserve and current Dean of the Mitchell Daniels School of Business, for an insightful discussion on current economic challenges and the direction of the U.S. economy. Jim shares his firsthand experience o…
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In this episode of "Steel Stories," host David Kirkpatrick welcomes back Ben Caryl, Associate General Counsel for International Trade and Public Policy at U. S. Steel for an insightful discussion on how antidumping and countervailing duties (AD/CVD), the Section 232 national security action are supporting the steel industry. Caryl brings a unique p…
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In this episode of Steel Stories' CEO Edition, U. S. Steel President and CEO David Burritt welcomes Harvard Business School Professor Willy Shih for a conversation about the critical role of manufacturing in America's prosperity. They delve into the intricacies of the manufacturing renaissance, exploring themes such as the synergy between engineeri…
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Why is steel so important? What is steel “overcapacity” and why does it matter? Which country produces more steel than the rest of the world combined? What is trade “Whac-A-Mole”? In this episode, we unravel the intricacies of the steel industry with our guest, Ben Caryl, Associate General Counsel of International Trade & Public Policy at U. S Stee…
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Steel manufacturing is important, but even more important is the safety of the workers in steel plants. In this episode, we embark on a riveting voyage through the digital age of worker safety in the steel industry…or even, every industry. Doug Matthews, Chief Growth Officer at Guardhat and former senior executive at U. S. Steel, joins host David K…
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A.I is everywhere. It’s revolutionizing the way we approach our work and automate our lives. Get ready to dive deep into the world of Generative A.I. to discover why A.I. isn't just a buzzword, it's the catalyst for innovation that will reshape not only the steel sector, but all manufacturing industries, ushering in a more sustainable and efficient…
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Syd Mead (1933 - 2019) was one of the most influential industrial designers of his time. He was well known for neo-futuristic designs and concept art, which led to him working on hit blockbuster films such as Blade Runner, Aliens, and Tron. Early on in his career, Syd collaborated with U. S. Steel, where he was given the creative freedom to do what…
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The importance of steel cannot be understated, after all, it’s everywhere. Steel is the backbone of modern infrastructure and our everyday lives. But what’s even more important is the survival of our planet. In this episode, we’ll explore the decarbonization technologies that are helping reshape the steel industry. Joining us to discuss this is Bre…
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Steel buildings come in all shapes and sizes and more often, they look nothing like their antiquated ancestors. Take an audio stroll with Tony Bouquot, General Manager of the Metal Building Manufacturers Association, as he shares the details of seven different steel building designs that look nothing like any steel structures you might imagine. Cli…
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It’s easy to build a case for steel. Steel is sustainable and durable, lasting for decades. It is, quite literally, the ultimate building material for a circular economy. So why isn’t steel used more in residential buildings…and what is a ‘barndominium’? We are thrilled to welcome Tony Bouquot, General Manager of the Metal Building Manufacturers As…
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As more companies make the inevitable transition away from fossil fuels, it’s obvious that renewable energy is the future. But one question remains: how can we reposition our companies to align sustainability goals with core business objectives? Special guest host Arne Jahn, Treasurer and Chief Risk Officer at U. S. Steel, welcomes Erik van Doezum,…
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Steel is all around us: in our homes, buildings, vehicles and roads. But the challenges of a vulnerable supply chain, pandemic recession, and policies calling for a reduction in carbon emissions have amplified the need to not only grow domestic manufacturing here in the United States, but to do so sustainably, as well. In this episode, host David K…
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The steel industry is one of the largest global CO2 emitters in the world, so achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050 will be nothing short of a challenge. As an industry, we can be more successful in driving climate change solutions when we bring voices to the table across the supply chain, including producers, suppliers and NGOs (universities…
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