Computer Sciences Corp. is tweaking its leadership structure in an attempt to cut overhead and make it easier to work with customers and partners - in the process eliminating its global chief and shaking up oversight of the company's public sector ...
M. Louise Turilli, vice president of corporate governance/employment and secretary, left the company in August, Falls Church-based CSC (NYSE: CSC) confirmed. A spokesman didn't provide any explanation for the departure, nor was a replacement noted.
Computer Sciences Corporation, which is listed on the New York stock exchange, confirmed in a statement to investors there had been accounting errors from 2009 to 2012 relating to assumptions made about progress on its long-term NHS contracts.
Computer Sciences Corp. has put in place a use-it-or-lose it vacation policy to boost profitability, less than a month after requesting that employees voluntarily take days off before the end of the fiscal quarter.