Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE: CSC) announced a milestone in the planned spin-off of its U.S. public sector business into a separate, publicly traded company with the filing of an initial Form 10 Registration Statement (Form 10) with the U.S.
Computer Sciences Corporation, the American technology contractor linked to allegations of bribery at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, has been charged with accounting fraud and fined $US190 million by the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
Years from now, Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC), the publicly traded Falls Church-based IT service provider, will look back - in whatever capacity it exists in - on the month of May 2015 and be thankful that it's over.
According to the news, Computer Sciences will sell its business in two parts. Its North American public sector segment will be bought by one or more private equity firms, whereas the company's commercial segments will be sold off to an international buyer.
Technology services giant Computer Sciences Corp. is suing a former top executive and his new employer for allegedly using proprietary information to recruit CSC employees, seven months after a corporate restructuring sent the executive packing.