December 21, 2006, American Metal Market, By Scott Robertson PITTSBURGH -- The installation of new leadership at Wheeling-Pittsburgh Corp., Wheeling, W.Va., has resulted in one longtime executive staying with the company in a new role and another seeing his position terminated. According to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Harry L. Page, who was president and chief operating officer of Wheeling-Pittsburgh under its former management team, has agreed to stay on as vice president of engineering at Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp., the chief operating subsidiary of Wheeling-Pittsburgh Corp. Page headed operations under the old management team that lost out in...

December 4, 2006, The Wall Street Journal James Bouchard of Esmark Inc. was elected chairman and chief executive officer of Wheeling-Pittsburgh Corp., and brother Craig Bouchard was named president and vice chairman. The Bouchards will retain their positions with Esmark, where Craig, 53 years old, is president, and James, 45, is CEO. On Nov. 17, shareholders voted to oust Wheeling-Pitt’s sitting board of directors, supporting a hostile takeover by the closely held Chicago Heights, Ill., steel distributor. The final vote was 6.1 million to 2.8 million, a majority that Esmark called an overwhelming victory. Wheeling-Pitt shares fell 45 cents, or 2.6%, to $17.13 Friday...