|NCR Announces Court Approval of Fox River Consent Decree|
“Approval of this settlement should help bring to a conclusion this
longstanding matter relating to cleanup efforts that NCR began many
years ago,” said
The Court-approved consent decree includes NCR’s commitments to complete
the in-river cleanup work and to drop a potential appeal. It also
incorporates the limitation of Superfund claims brought against the
Company by other parties and discontinuation of the Company’s own such
claims, and it envisions assignments of responsibility to other
companies for certain future tasks. The decision, by the
With the contributions of its former corporate parents and affiliates from the past several decades, NCR has successfully performed the majority of the cleanup work to date. NCR is the only company to have consistently been involved in that work from its start in 2009 to the present.
NCR will not make any settlement payments under the consent decree, but will fund the remediation through contractors and vendors on a pay-as-it-goes basis. The settlement is expected to have no material impact on NCR’s free cash flow or its Fox River reserve, which was adjusted to account for the settlement and reported on earlier this year in NCR’s Form 10-K for 2016.
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