Markel’s chairman announces his intent to step down next year, Universal Corp. acquires a fruit company in the Pacific Northwest and more.
Earnings season draws to a close and plenty of industry insiders buy, sell and gift shares, while Bay Banks of Virginia announces it’s consolidating branches in Chesterfield.
A local executive cashes out a $2.5 million stock option. Plus, third quarter earnings season continues as Hamilton Beach, Tredegar and Universal Corp. post their numbers.
Genworth discloses the latest pay packages for its execs, while it waits to see if its deal with China Oceanwide will close. Plus, earnings season continues with Altria, Performance Food Group and others filing their quarterly numbers.
3Q earnings season begins in force, while CarMax announces a new CFO.
A local bank executive announces his retirement, which comes with a 5-figure payout. Plus, more details on C&F Bank’s acquisition of a Northern Neck peer and Hamilton Beach announces the shuttering of all of the stores of its retail arm, The Kitchen Collection.
Changes announced in the C-suite at Dominion, two local bank execs score increased pay packages and while a local REIT drops $6.7 million for some real estate in South Carolina.
Altria and Philip Morris call off merger talks, CarMax files its earnings for Q2 and Genworth announces a shareholder gathering that hinges on its deal to be acquired by a Chinese firm.
A local REIT drops $15 million for a shopping center in North Carolina, while several local insiders buy and sell shares.
Altria announces that it’s discussing a possible reunion with Philip Morris while a Dominion exec sets a retirement date for early 2020.