Two U.S. Steel retirements drive changes in exec ranks
Dec 07, 2006 | 08:23 AM
| Scott Robertson
Two February retirements at U.S. Steel Corp., Pittsburgh, are sparking changes in the company's executive ranks.
Dan D. Sandman, 58, vice chairman, chief legal and administrative officer and general counsel, and Stephen K. Todd, 60, vice president of law and environmental affairs, will retire in February. Sandman also will retire from the company's board of directors.
James D. Garraux has been named general counsel and senior vice president of labor relations and environmental affairs and will join the company's executive management committee, and Thomas W. Sterling, senior vice president of human resources and business services, has been named senior vice president of administration. The appointments take effect Feb. 1.....
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