Tata deadline delayed for Brexit poll

Timeframe for steel plants offers extended until after referendum

Tata Steel MBO team wary on pensions

‘We do not want to be a pension fund that makes steel’

Mental illness taboos need challenging

One public recovery may help the top tier of business become more accepting of the issues

Rising steel threatens China capacity cuts

Prices could prompt mills reopening despite move to stem surplus

Death of Caparo head was suicide, inquest concludes

Collapse of business sent Angad Paul into spiral, says coroner

Tata head warns Port Talbot key to pension

Jha defends sale but says group reluctant to split UK portfolio

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US Steel eyes recovery despite $340m loss

Group’s full-year results expected to exceed earlier forecasts

Tata Steel urged to consider state support

Group considering government’s offer and ‘strategic alternatives’

Interest grows in Tata’s niche steels arm

£200m plan to redevelop facilities and invest in new technology

Tata’s UK steel plants face new threat

Insurance covering suppliers against non-payment being withdrawn

Javid more Sontaran than Thatcherite

Offers to take a state stake in any Tata Steel UK buyout

Iron ore extends rally to 15-month peak

Steelmaking ingredient has risen 60% in 2016, defying slowing demand from China

Posco returns to profit as steel rallies

South Korean group beats forecast while European mills struggle

Greybull eyes Tata’s special steels arm

High-end businesses in Yorkshire employ about 2,000 people

Global corporate defaults reach $50bn

Number of delinquent companies rises at fastest pace since 2009

Tale of two steel towns: Redcar and Qianan

Ripples from global steel downturn wash up on UK and China shores

Javid meets old foes over steel crisis

Cable and Mandelson in talks as industry demand strategy rethink

Gupta damps plans for Port Talbot buyout

Rescue that keeps blast furnaces would be doomed, says Tata UK suitor

China SOE bond defaults accelerate

Moral hazard in retreat as government permits creditor losses

Tata Steel sets deadline of May 28

Group plans to close UK unit if it cannot negotiate viable sale

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