efforts to shift toward higher-margin products and technologies. Dow already had divested itself of ~$700M YTD; CEO Andrew Liveris had said DOW was planning to dispose of up to $4B in assets over the coming 12-24 months, and the chlorine spinoff plan
business , to help make the company "a high tech, high margin, steady earnings grower in markets that are growing," CEO Andrew Liveris tells CNBC . The assets, which include ~40 manufacturing facilities at 11 sites, are being carved out for future transactions
(Reuters) - Dow Chemical Co Chief Executive Andrew Liveris defended on Wednesday his decision to slash spending on capital projects, saying the cuts will not deter the chemical maker from meeting...
only manufacturer that has opted to bring back a sizable number of jobs to the United States. Several CEOs, including Andrew Liveris of Dow Chemical, have declared that they intend to return production lines to the United States. At a time when the word
book, Make It In America: The Case for Reinventing the Economy, (John Wiley and Sons, 2011) in which Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris explains why manufacturing is essential for a robust economy, as well as lays out steps to invigorate the manufacturing
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Dow Chemical Co Chief Executive Andrew Liveris gave an upbeat outlook for the largest U.S. chemical maker on Tuesday, saying its growth would continue regardless of the global...
We attended Dow Chemical's DOW 2009 Investor Day Nov. 12 in New York. At the event, CEO Andrew Liveris revealed the long-anticipated estimate of the earnings power of the "new" Dow Chemical. The firm is targeting $4.00
lenders, potential joint venture partners, and Rohm and Haas itself in an effort to make feasible a transaction that Dow CEO Andrew Liveris said in an interview today would be an "economic disaster" under its current terms. We've stated before that we think
slated for later this year. In an effort to quell concerns in the equity market regarding the allocation of this cash, CEO Andrew Liveris made it clear during Dow's quarterly conference call that the firm does not intend to reach for an overpriced deal and
its shareholders lies in how it ultimately deploys the cash proceeds from the deal. In a meeting with analysts, Dow CEO Andrew Liveris referred to this joint venture as the "penultimate" announcement in the current chapter of Dow's transformation story