Executives from several local public companies exercised millions of dollars worth of stock options over the past week. Genworth execs get big stock awards. Meanwhile, another company had to delay its year-end financials, and NewMarket pays big cash bonuses to its top dogs.
A local REIT is looking to buy almost $100 million worth of hotels; struggling bank-holding companies showed at least some signs of a turnaround; and dividends are being paid by several local public companies.
Big paydays at Altria and Insmed; CarMax and Apple REIT Ten elect new directors to their boards; Massey Energy discloses internal letters related it being acquired.
A bank gets a slap on the hand from the FDIC; yet another director resigns from a local bank’s board; and a local tech firm goes bankrupt.
Big paydays at Insmed, which is also considering a reverse stock split to help boost its share price.
A director and general counsel resigned from a local bank. Plus CarMax is going to start opening new stores again.
Lots of HR moves and insider trades. Plus, Brink’s Co. acquired a technology company for $40 million.
Lots of insider trades, plus a director at Community Bankers Trust has died.
Brinks gets a line of credit from a Japanese bank. Plus a golden parachute for the departing chief business officer of Insmed. And big insider trades at Markel and MeadWestvaco.
Apple REITs raised more money and bought more hotels. Plus a director at Markel sold another $2.5 million in stock.