The new U.S. Attorney General steps down from a local board, Owens & Minor reports year-end earnings and two directors sell off shares in this week’s roundup.
Genworth pushes back its deal with a Chinese firm yet again. A Northern Virginia banker gets a six-figure consulting gig with Union. Plus earnings roll in from Altria, Brink’s, Dominion, Markel and more.
A bit of controversy out of Markel’s Bermuda subsidiary where the insurer says it discovered a “personal relationship” between two of its executives. The pair was promptly dismissed from the company. Plus Union Bankshares releases its 4Q and year-end financials.
Two Altria execs announce plans to retire this year, several insiders sell off stock and a local bank’s largest shareholder continues to increase his stake in the company.
Dominion gets green lights on two M&A deals, a food distribution exec sells $350,000 in shares and a bank holding company director picks up shares.
A Virginia insurer reports compensation packages paid to its top executives in 2017, including an increased million-dollar salary for the CEO. Third quarter earnings season continues with numbers from Apple Hospitality, Dominion, and more.
A former long-time local bank CEO resigns from the company’s board, while two other companies pick up new directors. Performance Food Group announces its shareholders meeting as some top execs sell over 12,000 shares.
CarMax files its quarterly earnings, a local REIT gives an update on its holdings affected by Hurricane Florence and more.
Executives at Performance Food Group, Markel, Brink’s and Apple Hospitality bought and sold shares last week.
Four of the top five properties on this week’s list are in Chesterfield County. To read the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.