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U. S. Steel Names William McNally Controller-Tubular


PITTSBURGH, July 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- United States Steel Corporation (NYSE: X) announced today that William P. McNally has been appointed controller-Tubular for U. S. Steel's tubular products and services business, with headquarters in Dallas, Texas. In his new position, McNally has financial responsibility for the merged tubular operations of U. S. Steel and Lone Star Technologies, which U. S. Steel acquired in June. The appointment was effective July 1.

Throughout his career, McNally, 58, has gained extensive business experience through a variety of management positions in both operations and at headquarters. He joined U. S. Steel in 1971 as an accounting management trainee at the company's Homestead Works and moved through a variety of increasingly responsible management positions at Homestead and Mon Valley Works -- including an assignment as supervisor analyst at the historic Carrie Blast Furnaces in 1977.

In 1987, McNally was appointed manager-accounting at Clairton Works. He was assigned to headquarters in 1990 as manager-general accounting, moved into business process reengineering in 1993 and was advanced to director accounting-Raw Materials and Diversified Businesses in 1999. He was named controller-USS Real Estate and UEC in 2002, and in 2003 was appointed controller-Fairfield Works and Lorain Tubular Operations, which includes U. S. Steel's seamless tubular operations in Alabama and Ohio, respectively.

McNally graduated from Boston University in 1970 with a bachelor's degree in finance and, in 1980, earned a master's degree in business administration from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.

McNally and his wife, Carolyn, will relocate to the Dallas area.

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SOURCE: United States Steel Corporation

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