First quarter earnings season continues, plus executive compensation numbers roll in from CarMax.
Earnings season continues, with numbers coming in for Brink’s and Markel. Plus more proxies rolling in with executive compensation details.
An activist shareholder continues to pester local company, Altria’s CEO steps down after contracting coronavirus, and a local bank director announces his resignation.
Performance Food Group announces furloughs for thousands of employees. More proxies roll in, with executive compensation data this week from Kinsale Capital Group. And more local companies shift their annual shareholder meetings to online gatherings.
Proxy season is in full bloom, with this week’s top paid exec earning a total package valued at $15.4 million. Plus a local banker sends a letter to shareholders sharing his thoughts on potential impact of the virus downturn.
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.