Business Management - Finance/Financial
Chicago-based LSC Communications says it will close its manufacturing facilities in Strasburg, Va.; Glasgow, Ky.; and Mattoon, Ill.
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On this episode of The Week that Was, LSC Communications will be delisted from the NYSE; we profile some of the 2019 "Fast-Track" companies from the PI400 list; and the CEO of Our Sunday Visitor talks about the switch to sheetfed inkjet printing.
The New York Stock Exchange will delist LSC Communications because it did not meet the NYSE’s continued listing standard.
Her parents chose an Employee Stock Ownership Plan as an exit strategy, rather than selling to another printer or private equity firm.
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LSC received notification from the New York Stock Exchange that it is no longer in compliance with continued listing criteria.
The newly formed ESOP is a qualified retirement plan offered in addition to the company 401(k).