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March 11, 2014
07:32 EDTFMC, DOWFMC split puts added pressure on Dow Chemical, NY Times says
The decision by FMC Corporation (FMC) to break up its agriculture and pharmaceutical businesses from its commodity minerals unit may put additional pressure on Dow Chemical (DOW) to break-up its petro- and specialty chemicals groups, as has been urged by activist investor Dan Loeb, said The New York Times' DealBook's Kevin Allison. Reference Link
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September 11, 2014
10:49 EDTFMCHigh option volume stocks
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September 10, 2014
19:18 EDTDOWDow Chemical loses appeal to receive $1B in tax deductions, Reuters says
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September 8, 2014
08:35 EDTDOWDow Chemical Chief Information Officer, Chief Sustainability Officer to retire
David E. Kepler, executive vice president, chief sustainability officer and chief information officer, has decided to retire at the end of this year. James R. Fitterling, vice chairman, Business Operations, will have executive oversight of Dow’s businesses including, Dow Packaging and Specialty Plastics, Dow Elastomers, Dow Electrical & Telecommunications, Polyurethanes, Epoxy, Specialty Chemicals, Chemicals, Hydrocarbons, and Energy. Fitterling will also continue to oversee implementation of the Company’s previously announced Chlorine, Chlorinated Organics, and Epoxy carve-out and divestment efforts. In addition, he will add to his responsibility for Supply Chain the following functions: Dow’s Business Services, which includes Information Systems and Workplace Services, Business Process Services, Purchasing, Customer Service, the Dow Services Business, and the Environmental Health & Safety and Sustainability organizations. Fitterling assumes this portion of his ne responsibilities from David E. Kepler, who has decided to retire from Dow following a 39-year career with the Company. Kepler most recently served as executive vice president, chief sustainability officer and chief information officer. Joe E. Harlan, chief commercial officer and vice chairman, Market Businesses, will have executive oversight for Dow’s market-driven businesses including, Agricultural Sciences, Dow Electronic Materials, Dow Pharma and Food Solutions, Home and Personal Care, Dow Automotive Systems, Dow Oil & Gas, Dow Microbial Control, Dow Water & Process Solutions, Dow Coating Materials, Performance Monomers, and Dow Building & Construction. Additionally, in his role as chief commercial officer he will drive Dow’s global Marketing and Sales strategy and organization. He will also maintain executive oversight of the Company’s presence in Asia Pacific.
08:31 EDTDOWDow Chemical CFO William Weideman to retire, Ungerleider to succeed as CFO
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06:12 EDTFMCFMC Corporation to host conference call
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05:40 EDTFMCFMC Corporation to acquire Cheminova for $1.8B
FMC Corporation announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Cheminova A/S, a wholly owned subsidiary of Auriga Industries A/S. Cheminova is a multinational crop protection company based in Denmark. FMC will fund the all-cash acquisition through a mixture of debt and existing cash reserves. The transaction is expected to close in early 2015 and will be accretive to adjusted earnings in the first full year following the acquisition. FMC will modify its previously announced separation plans by pursuing a sale of Alkali Chemicals. Commenting on this decision, Brondeau said, "FMC is committed to its strong balance sheet and a sale of Alkali Chemicals will allow us to de-lever to a point that is appropriate for our business profile. Alkali Chemicals is a well-run, highly profitable and cash generative business, and we are confident it will attract many interested buyers. We expect to complete this sale by mid-2015."
05:38 EDTFMCFMC Corporation to acquire Cheminova for $1.8B
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