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Allegheny Says David Hogan, EVP, Engineered Products Segment, Will Retire

Allegheny Technologies Inc. (ATI) announced that David Hogan, Executive Vice President, Engineered Products Segment, will retire effective April 1, 2012. During his more than 35-year career with ATI, Hogan held numerous positions in accounting, sales, marketing, operations and executive management.

Hogan joined Teledyne Firth Sterling in 1976 and held various positions with increasing responsibility throughout Firth Sterling's operations. He was named President of Stellram in 1996, then President of ATI's Tungsten Materials business in 1997. Prior to being named Executive Vice President, Engineered Products Segment in 2011, Hogan held a number of executive management positions at ATI Engineered Products, including being named Group President, ATI Engineered Products in 2007. Dave has also served as a member of ATI management's executive committee since 2003.

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