Discovery is now available in multiple languages.

Covid19

April 2020 Issue

May 7, 2020

The New myHR

When government officials around the world began issuing bans and shutdown orders in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Koch was able to identify employees affected by those orders in record time, thanks to a new technology platform called myHR. “This new tool couldn’t have come at...

May 7, 2020

All In. All Together.

With all the challenges and disruptions affecting us these days, it would be easy to overlook a significant ­­— and positive — change that happened April 1: the introduction of Koch Global Services Group. KGS is the new name for the shared services teams that have been known b...

May 7, 2020

Transformative Times

Once again, I want to commend you for all that you are accomplishing during these uncertain and challenging times. The fact that we remain committed to providing the essential products and services that people value and rely on is exemplary. This important work is more vital than ever, and I than...

March 2020 Issue

March 6, 2020

Koch’s 2019 Year in Review

From the launch of myHR to the passing of David H. Koch, 2019 was filled with dozens of significant events for Koch companies and capabilities.

November 2019 Issue

November 25, 2019

Engineering a Transformation

More than just the name is changing for Koch’s chemical technology businesses

November 22, 2019

Stand Together

Can the same principles that drive success at Koch Industries also create solutions for society’s biggest challenges?

November 26, 2019

Young Visioneer Award

At ICW's national convention in May, Koch awarded four inventors the Young Visioneer Award

August 2019 Issue

August 16, 2019

The Orange Rose of Texas

Orange, TexasA Study in TransformationIn 2015, the future didn’t look very bright for INVISTA’s Orange, Texas, facility. This plant, about 80 miles east of Houston, makes adiponitrile (usually called ADN), which is a key ingredient for nylon 6,6 polymer.As a business, the plant’...

May 2019 Issue

May 27, 2019

The Evolution of Criminal Justice Reform

HOW IT ALL BEGAN I was fortunate. I learned this at a very early age growing up in Worcester, Massachusetts, in the 1970s and ‘80s during the advent of the War on Drugs. In hindsight, it had a lot to do with parents who encouraged me and held me accountable, who taught me the differenc...

May 27, 2019

Molex: Driving Change

When Charles Koch went away to college, one of the things he wanted most was a car. That was something his father, Fred Koch, insisted Charles didn’t need.Without telling Fred, Charles managed to scrape together enough cash to buy “a used Oldsmobile. I think I paid maybe $200 for it. ...

Find past Discovery Newsletters here