textbook$ Cold Steel: Lakshmi Mittal and the Multi-Billion-Dollar Bat…Sign up with Facebook Sign up with Twitter. I don't have a Facebook or a Twitter account. When the world's two largest steel producers went head to head in a bitter struggle for market domination, an epic corporate battle ensued that sent shockwaves through the political corridors of Europe, overheated the world's financial markets and transformed the steel industry. Billions of dollars were at stake. At the heart of the battle were two men: Guy Dolle, Chairman and CEO of Luxembourg-based Arcelor, the world's largest steel producer by turnover and Lakshmi Mittal, a self-made Indian industrialist and the richest man in Great Britain.
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Before becoming a college devoted to the creative, decorative and performing arts, West Dean was the home of the late Edward James, a poet and writer who used his inherited wealth to become a passionate supporter of Surrealism and sponsored artists such as Salvador Dali. The house is packed with paintings, sculpture, furniture and stuffed animals which all reflect the late owner's take on life. Over a mid-morning coffee break the prospective authors, surrounded by the Sunday newspapers, got talking about the far more realistic intentions of steel billionaire Lakshmi Mittal, and Britain's richest man, who had just launched an audacious and hostile bid for the world's second-biggest steel company, Luxembourg-based Arcelor. Tim the tutor and Byron the pupil Page 1. Tim was hoping to be the first feature writer to profile Lakshmi Mittal, for an article for the Telegraph Magazine.