NewCo or Newco is a generic name for proposed corporate spin-off, startup, or subsidiary companies before they are assigned a final name, or to proposed merged companies to distinguish the to-be-formed combined entity with an existing company involved in the merger which may have the same (or a similar) name. In a handful of cases the new company may retain the name "Newco".
- 3M data storage business→Imation
- Atlas Copco Mining and Rock Excavation Technique business area → Epiroc 
- AT&T computer hardware subsidiary→NCR
- Bayer chemicals operations→Lanxess
- BP petrochemicals group→Innovene
- Ford Motor Company vehicle components division→Visteon
- Hewlett-Packard instrumentation division→Agilent Technologies
- Karstadt Warenhaus AG merging with Quelle AG→Arcandor
- Northwest Airlines regional operations→Compass Airlines
- Merged entity of NBC Universal & Comcast programming assets→ NBCUniversal
- RAG Beteiligungs-AG (Degussa, Steag, Immobilien AG → Evonik Industries
- The Rangers Football Club Plc liquadated operations oldco to newco→Sevco Scotland Ltd
- Siemens semiconductor subsidiary→Infineon
- Barnes & Noble's Nook subsidiary → Nook Media 
- Merged entity of T-Mobile USA and MetroPCS → corporate name of T-Mobile US; kept both T-Mobile and MetroPCS brands
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- "T-Mobile and MetroPCS Combination Complete - Wireless Revolution Just Beginning". Bonn, Germany and Bellevue, Washington. May 1, 2013. Archived from the original on 2014-10-06. Retrieved 2014-09-30.
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