The experience of former industrial heartlands offers lessons in how to revitalise communities when big industries close.
Forget the sunset pictures that accompanied so much media coverage of the steel crisis. Steel is an industry of the future, not the past.
John Lewis shows how co-ops can be an exemplar of good business – both financially and for their customers and employees.
The industry itself is a big polluter, but lots of environmentally important technologies depend on steel.
The 2008 financial crisis taught us that markets fail. But the current plight of Port Talbot's steel plant highlights how not all markets fail equally.
For a multinational corporation, Tata Steel is surprisingly focused on helping the little guy
Why the British steel crisis needs strategic government intervention to give the industry a chance of survival.