Brink’s closes its $520 million acquisition of rival Dunbar, Genworth once again extends negotiations in its deal to be acquired and earnings continue to roll in for several local companies.
We’re knee-deep in earnings season, plus a local company gets regulatory clearance for a $520 million acquisition and a couple local insiders sell off some shares.
Earnings season is in full swing, with financials coming in from Markel, Dominion, Brink’s, Altria and more.
Second quarter earnings continue to roll in, a newly minted local director gets his initial batch of shares and insiders at Markel and CarMax sell off some shares.
Months after reducing its local workforce, the company formerly known as Snagajob has made a change at its top office. Peter Harrison, who had been on the job for about five years, has been replaced as CEO of Snag, the recently rebranded hourly job-search website that has about 250 employees in Innsbrook. The new CEO… Read more »
Dominion Energy gains a needed regulatory approval as it works to complete its acquisition of SCANA, Union is the first local bank to announce its second quarter earnings and Markel names a new president and COO.
A local REIT drops $29 million for a hotel near Atlanta, Union Bank strikes a $374 million deal to sell off its boat lending division and CarMax releases its latest earnings report.
A new director at Union Bankshares, stock options dished out to local insiders, earnings roll in from CarMax and a new debt investment vehicle from Dominion.
Plenty of local insiders selling off shares this week. Plus Dominion scored a $500 million line of credit.
Owens & Minor loses its CFO, Tredegar says it will close a factory, Genworth takes a key step in its deal with a Chinese conglomerate, and several local insiders unload shares in a busy week.