Metals Need A Few Support Beams
At the dawn of 1995, Matthew Botsford, chairman of World Class Steel, was confidently raising money to build a $450 million minimill near Pittsburgh. If anyone epitomized America's resurgence in the steel industry, it was Botsford, an entrepreneur who had built a successful $20 million steel-finishing business and was following in the footsteps of Andrew Carnegie.
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