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Report: Former aluminum mill CEO misled investors, board

Report says the former CEO of an aluminum company planning to build a plant in Ashland misled potential investors and the company’s board about the company’s progress.

Former CEO sues Braidy Industries over his ouster

The former CEO of Braidy Industries has sued the company and several of its stockholders over his ouster.

Braidy executives give update on plans for aluminum plant

Braidy Industries says it still needs to raise $500 million to build a $1.7 billion aluminum plant in eastern Kentucky.

Company looking to build mill embroiled in internal dispute

Braidy Industries said Thursday that Chairman and CEO Craig Bouchard would step down from that role. Bouchard disputed the announcement Friday.

Bevin administration again ordered to release Braidy records

Gov. Bevin's administration has been ordered again to release records about Braidy Industries, which is partly owned by the state and plans to build an aluminum mill in Kentucky.

Braidy Industries attracts Kentucky backers in mill project

Braidy Industries says hundreds of Kentuckians have become shareholders as the company lines up financing for a $1.7 billion aluminum mill in eastern Kentucky.

Company says it has 4 months to raise $300M for new mill

Braidy Industries says it has about four months to raise $300 million in equity capital for a proposed aluminum mill in Kentucky or risk losing a large investment.

Company says aluminum mill construction remains on schedule

A private company trying to build an aluminum mill in the Ashland area, in part with taxpayer money, has extended its fundraising deadline.

‘I’ve got faith’: Potential aluminum workers wait on jobs

The students at Ashland Community and Technical College are enrolled in a program designed in part by Braidy Industries and its CEO Craig Brouchard.
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CEO: A ‘come from behind’ win for Kentucky

An aluminum company says it will build a $1.3 billion facility near the border of Kentucky and West Virginia, pledging to hire 550 people and pay them average salaries of $70,000 in an area devastated by the loss of coal and manufacturing jobs.

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