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December 5, 2012
16:22 EDTWG, SHAWWillbros Group appoints Geoffrey Stanford as new Chief Accounting Officer
Willbros Group (WG) has appointed Geoffrey C. Stanford as Chief Accounting Officer, succeeding Ron Lefaive, Vice President Accounting & Tax and Corporate Controller, who is retiring at the end of the year. To affect a smooth transition, Stanford is joining the company effective December 5. Mr. Stanford joins Willbros from The Shaw Group (SHAW) where he served as Senior Director Corporate Operational Accounting since 2009.
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October 22, 2014
09:32 EDTWGWillbros Group downgraded to Equal Weight from Overweight at Johnson Rice
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05:26 EDTWGWillbros Group to host business news update conference call
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05:11 EDTWGWillbros Group CEO targets $4.6B-$1.7B in annual revenue
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05:08 EDTWGWillbros Group to restate Q2 results
Willbros Group announced that it is refocusing its business strategy under the leadership of John T. McNabb, II, newly elected CEO, and a restructured management team. The company has identified approximately $22M-$24M in deterioration of a significant pipeline construction project in the company's Northeast regional business within the Oil & Gas segment. This deterioration consists of the reversal of approximately $8M in pre-tax income previously recognized and the recognition of approximately $14M-$16M in estimated pre-tax losses at project completion. Although some of the project deterioration related to Q3, the company has determined that a majority of these estimated charges should have been recognized in Q2. As a result, the company expects to restate its Q2 results and such results should no longer be relied upon. Additional information relating to the restatement is being disclosed in a Form 8-K being filed with the SEC. The company now expects to report operating income of approximately $26M-$28M for the nine months ended September 30, subject to the completion of its quarterly close procedures. In addition, management, with oversight from the company's Audit Committee, is evaluating any impact on its prior conclusions of the adequacy of internal control over financial reporting and disclosure controls and procedures. The company will amend, as necessary, any disclosures pertaining to its evaluation of such controls and procedures.
October 21, 2014
18:34 EDTWGWillbros Group names John McNabb as CEO
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