U.S. Concrete Nears Financial Reorganization

A U.S. bankruptcy court’s granting of a request to confirm a plan of organization, converting $285 million in senior notes to equity shares, will likely enable U.S. Concrete to emerge from Chapter 11 proceedings by the end of August

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Iima-Na Forms Kaolin Section

The Industrial Minerals Association—North America has formed a new kaolin section. The founding members of this section are Active Minerals, Imerys, Unimin and U.S. Silica

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Great Lakes Limestone Up 27%

Shipments of limestone on the Great Lakes totaled 3,682,308 net tons in July, a decrease of 4.7% compared to June, but an increase of 27% compared to a year ago

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Granite Construction Personnel Moves

After 14 years as Granite Construction's vice president and general counsel, Michael Futch, will retire Aug. 31

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Harvard Prof.: Team Trumps Solo Leadership

As leaders struggle with growing pressures in today’s fast-paced workplace, a change is being made in the way leadership responsibilities are distributed within organizations

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