J.P. Causey Jr., a director, exercised options for 1,500 shares at $22.32 each. He owns more than 40,000 shares.
Barry Chernack, a director, exercised options for 1,500 shares at $22.32 each.
Community Bankers Trust Corp.
Glenn Dozier, a director, bought 8,000 shares for $1.41 each. He owns more than 63,000 shares of the company, which is the parent of Essex Bank.
The REIT approved annual bonuses for 2011 performance for several of its executives.
Chairman and CEO Thomas Akin received a $500,000 bonus, made up of $333,333 in cash and $166,667 in restricted stock.
President and Chief Investment Officer Byron Boston received a bonus of $700,000, including $466,666 in cash and $233,333 in restricted stock
COO and CFO Stephen Benedetti received a $350,000 bonus of $233,333 in cash and $116,666 in restricted stock.
The bonuses were paid March 15.
Genworth this week completed a public debt offering with net proceeds of $358 million. The company said it would use the money for general corporate purposes, including increasing the liquidity at its holding company.
Chief Risk Officer Michel Perreault bought 500 shares for $8.73 each. He owns more than 19,000 shares of Genworth stock.
President and co-COO Michael Crowley was granted 25 shares at $426.58 as part of the company’s bonus plan.
The parent of the Richmond Times-Dispatch said it is unable to file its 2011 annual report by the required deadline due to its ongoing talks with lenders to renegotiate $363 million in debt that is coming due next year.
Former director Richard L. Sharp exercised previously issued options for 50,000 shares at a price of $145,000. Sharp is the former chief executive of Circuit City and a founder of CarMax.