February 02, 2007, Associated Press, By VICKI SMITH MINGO JUNCTION, Ohio (AP) - Four decades ago, the new chief executive officer of Wheeling Pittsburgh Corp. was a rookie in the world of steel, learning there were two ways to manage people. John Goodwin's first supervisor at U.S. Steel Corp. subscribed to a "rule by fear" strategy. The second boss promised the secret to survival: "Don't do anything, and you won't do anything wrong." Then along came Jack Walter, the man who would become a lifelong mentor. "People are going to be your strength," he told the young Goodwin. Goodwin is 63 now, and he never...