Goodish retirement officially set for December 31
Dec 02, 2010 | 12:53 PM
John Goodish, U.S. Steel Corp.'s executive vice president and chief operating officer, will officially retire Dec. 31 after 40 years with the company.
Goodish had publicly discussed his departure in November (AMM, Nov. 18).
The operations chief post will remain unfilled after Goodish's retirement, but others will step into vice president roles that fulfill the responsibilities, a spokesman for the Pittsburgh-based company said.
George F. Babcoke, senior vice president of European operations and president of U.S. Steel Kosice s.r.o., will return to the United States from Slovakia to assume the new role of senior vice president of European operations and global operations services. He also will oversee global safety and industrial hygiene, research and development, engineering, procurement, materials management, raw materials, logistics services, real estate development and corporate marketing.....
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