Catching up with Joe Rosengarten and his newfound infatuation
Nov 01, 2008 | 06:15 AM
Until Wabash Alloys LLC disappeared last year into a larger company, acquired by Aleris International Inc., Beachwood, Ohio, the smelter chain's purchasing chief was a key player in U.S. aluminum scrap.
Joe Rosengarten, Wabash's former vice president for raw materials, now lives in Chicago and trades commodities and financial futures, largely avoiding aluminum. "I'm quasi-retired right now. I make a lot less than I made at Wabash, but I also work about an hour a day." He said that he's....
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