Trading Day: Inside the SEC filings for 1.12.12

Apple REIT Eight
The company said it hired Citigroup Global Markets to advise it on the potential consolidation of Apple REIT Six, Seven, Eight and Nine. Once combined, the four REITs could potentially be taken public. Also for the potential consolidation, Apple REIT Nine hired UBS Securities and Apple REIT Seven hired Merrill Lynch.

Brink’s
Interim President and CEO Thomas Schievelbein acquired 1,746 shares at no cost.

Brink’s announced its acquisition of Kheops, SAS, a French logistics software company, for $17 million.

Brink’s extended a $400 million line of credit with Wells Fargo that gives it the option to borrow an additional $80 million.

CarMax
Ronald Blaylock, a director, sold 10,829 of his shares for $30.06 each, or a total of $325,500.

Genworth Financial
Chief Investment Officer Peter Joelson, acquired 13,333 shares at no cost. They were previously awarded restricted shares that converted to common stock. He then sold 4,980 shares for $6.86 or about $34,000.

Owens & Minor

President and CEO Craig Smith exercised options for 25,000 shares at $19.96 each, a total of $499,000. He then sold the shares for $28 each or $700,000.

Anne Whittemore, a director, acquired 1,032 shares after phantom shares converted to common stock. She then sold the shares for $28.08 each, a total of about $29,000.

Village Bank & Trust Financial
Michael Toalson, a director, sold 6,470 shares for $1.35 each.

Apple REIT Eight
The company said it hired Citigroup Global Markets to advise it on the potential consolidation of Apple REIT Six, Seven, Eight and Nine. Once combined, the four REITs could potentially be taken public. Also for the potential consolidation, Apple REIT Nine hired UBS Securities and Apple REIT Seven hired Merrill Lynch.

Brink’s
Interim President and CEO Thomas Schievelbein acquired 1,746 shares at no cost.

Brink’s announced its acquisition of Kheops, SAS, a French logistics software company, for $17 million.

Brink’s extended a $400 million line of credit with Wells Fargo that gives it the option to borrow an additional $80 million.

CarMax
Ronald Blaylock, a director, sold 10,829 of his shares for $30.06 each, or a total of $325,500.

Genworth Financial
Chief Investment Officer Peter Joelson, acquired 13,333 shares at no cost. They were previously awarded restricted shares that converted to common stock. He then sold 4,980 shares for $6.86 or about $34,000.

Owens & Minor

President and CEO Craig Smith exercised options for 25,000 shares at $19.96 each, a total of $499,000. He then sold the shares for $28 each or $700,000.

Anne Whittemore, a director, acquired 1,032 shares after phantom shares converted to common stock. She then sold the shares for $28.08 each, a total of about $29,000.

Village Bank & Trust Financial
Michael Toalson, a director, sold 6,470 shares for $1.35 each.

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