CMC maintains procedural, physical and electronic safeguards to secure your personally identifiable information and to prevent any loss, misuse, disclosure, unauthorized access or modification of your personally identifiable information. Only authorized employees, agents and contractors who need to know that information shall have access and such individuals will not be authorized to use such information other than for its intended use.
You control your personally identifiable information that you voluntarily provide to CMC and can manage and update that information by using one of the following methods: contacting CMC via e-mail through the Contact Us section of CMC's website or by sending a letter with your request to the contact address listed below. You can access and update any personally identifiable information that you provided to us for investor E-mail alerts and job opening submissions. If you no longer wish to receive press releases or any other type of information from us, you may send us an email through our "Contact Us" link or use our E-mail Alert form to change your preferences.
This website is operated in the United States. If you are located outside of the United States, please be aware that any information you provide to us will be transferred to the United States. By using our website, participating in any of our services and/or providing us with your information, you consent to this transfer.
This site is not directed at children and we request that children do not provide personally identifiable information through this site and that parents supervise their children while online.
You can contact CMC by completing the "Contact Us" information on our website or sending a letter to the mailing address listed below. Please include your contact information, your detailed question, request, concern or comment.
Cabot Microelectronics Corporation
870 N. Commons Drive
Aurora, IL 60504
Attn: Legal Department
Through CMC's website you may link to other web pages and websites operated by CMC and its subsidiaries, and related companies. It may be that not every CMC Site has adopted this policy. Individual CMC Sites may adopt different privacy policies that fit the purposes of that CMC Site.
In order to access some CMC services, you will be asked to provide personally identifiable information such as name, address, phone numbers, e-mail address and social security number in order to create a user name and password sign in. Such information requested for the registration includes any number that may be used, alone or in conjunction with any other information that would identify a specific employee, customer or investor.
We are committed to protecting the information you provide to us. CMC shall be responsible for reviewing and monitoring internal procedures, reports and other documents to assure that appropriate safeguards are in place when it comes to the security of employee and customer personally identifiable information. CMC also expects that each employee, customer and investor shall also take responsibility when it comes to making their personally identifiable information available to others. Employees and customers should especially not give access to their user names and passwords to unauthorized individuals. If a password is used to help protect your accounts and personal information, it is your responsibility to keep your password confidential. Do not share this information with anyone. If you are sharing a computer with anyone you should always log out before leaving a site or service to protect access to your information from subsequent users.
CMC will collect Social Security numbers in instances where that number is required by law for reporting or other uses. This will include any employee who receives payment from CMC or is enrolled in any of its offered benefits. Social Security numbers are always considered confidential and therefore subject to the access restrictions as stated above.
General investor inquiries:
Cabot Microelectronics Corporation
870 N. Commons Drive
Aurora IL 60504
Stock transfer agent and registrar inquiries:
Computershare Trust Company, N.A.
P.O. Box 43078
Providence, RI 02940-3078
In order to comply with various country requirements in applicant data recording, resumes may be retained indefinitely. You are responsible for any of the information provided or made available by you to CMC, and you must ensure it is honest, truthful, accurate and not misleading in any way. You must ensure that the information provided does not contain material that is obscene, defamatory, or infringing on any rights of any third party; does not contain malicious code; and is not otherwise legally actionable. Furthermore, if you provide any information concerning any other person, such as individuals you provide as references, you are responsible for providing any notices and obtaining any consents necessary for CMC to collect and use that information as described in this policy. During the course of business, we may use third party service providers to assist us in operating our business and since these third parties will use your information in accordance with their own privacy practices, you should check their website for information regarding their privacy policies.
By submitting your resume for a position opening on CMC's website, you are agreeing to the export of your information to the United States for processing.
Last updated January 2011
Cabot Microelectronics Corporation (CMC) is the world’s leading supplier of chemical mechanical planarization (CMP) slurries and a growing CMP pad supplier to the semiconductor industry. Our products are used to level, smooth and remove excess material from the multiple layers deposited upon silicon wafers in the production of semiconductor devices.
Cabot Microelectronics Corporation, announced that it was named as one of only eight companies receiving Intel Corporation's Supplier Continuous Quality Improvement (SCQI) award for its performance in 2012. Cabot Microelectronics Corporation is recognized for its significant contributions in providing Intel with CMP slurries and pads, deemed essential to Intel's success.