DOJ Lays Out a Path to Reduced Corporate Penalties
A new Justice Department policy gives defense counsel a framework for winning reduced monetary penalties for fiscally poor client companies.
Alcoa Agrees to Extra Pension Contributions
Under an agreement with regulators, the company will pay $150 million into its two largest pension funds after it splits into two separate entities.
Alcoa’s Q1 Profit Falls 92% on Weak Aluminum Prices
The metals maker may cut as many as 2,000 positions to improve its cost structure.
Alcoa Swings to Loss on Restructuring Costs
The company's revenue took a hit from sharply lower aluminum prices as it prepares to split into two standalone entities.
Alcoa’s Profit Drops 77% in Third Quarter
The aluminum company's results disappoint in the first reporting period since it announced it would split into two companies.