Proxy season is in full swing as companies disclose the compensation packages paid out to their top executives. The highest seen thus far is $17 million. Plus, a local company suspends its share repurchase program.
A local company revises its earnings outlook due to – you guessed it – coronavirus. Plus some insider transactions and stock awards.
An activist investor continues to put heat on a local bank, a local CFO announces her retirement, while local insiders buy and sell.
A local armored car giant and power utility company report year-end earnings. Several Altria and Dynex Capital executives gain millions of dollars in stock.
A local armored car giant picks up a U.K.-based company in an $860 million deal, several Altria executives sell millions of dollars in stock, and two companies report year-end earnings.
Earnings season continues with Brink’s, Dominion and Genworth clocking in, the latter of which is still trying to figure out how to close its deal with China Oceanwide.
Earning season continues, with Altria, Markel, NewMarket, Performance Food Group and others announcing their numbers for year-end 2019.
Trading Day is back in full force after a couple of slow weeks, with local bank earnings being filed in droves. Plus, Owens & Minor announces the sale of some of its European operations.
Changes in the upper ranks of a local bank, plus Performance Food Group, Universal Corp. and C&F Financial each close on previously announced acquisitions.
A quiet week of filings going into the holidays, with a couple insider trades and Genworth announcing the closure of the sale of its Canadian mortgage insurance unit.