Tag Archives: Wall Street

CFO David Keffer on CSRA’s Entry to GovCon Market & Wall Street, Strategy for 1st Year of Business

Falls Church, Virginia-based CSRA made its highly-anticipated entry into the government contracting market Nov. 30 and in conjunction started trading on the New York Stock Exchange as a public company listed in both the S&P 500 composite index and Executive Mosaic’s GovCon Index of 30 contractor stocks. CSRA formed through a merger of the former Computer Sciences …

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Mike Alber on Engility’s 2014 Acquisition Moves and How Companies Should Tackle IPOs

In his role of chief financial officer at Engility, Mike Alber was one of the leaders that spearheaded the Chantilly, Va.-based services contractor’s $11.50-per-share purchase of Dynamics Research Corp. and pending $1.1 billion acquisition of TASC. As covered on GovCon Wire in December, the Federal Trade Commission has cleared the TASC buy and Engility …

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Regulators Rule out Cyber Attack in Stock Market Plunge

Last week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged by close to 1,000 points, a plunge that some blamed on a cyber attack. Yesterday, in testimony before the House Financial Services subcommittee, Mary Schapiro, the chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, dismissed that as a possibility. “At this time, we …

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