CarMax’s CEO received a sizable pay package in 2010, one that would make any used-car salesman jealous. Plus big pay for local coal executives, and a local bank adds more new blood to its top ranks.
More big paydays for area bankers. Plus the former CEO of one local bank resigned from his role as vice chairman. And a local coal company closes on a $475M acquisition.
More executive pay packages revealed – this time from two local banks and a local drug maker. One local REIT may look to raise more capital, while another continues gobbling up hotels around the country including one in Richmond.
Proxy season continues, and Atria’s head honcho makes more than all other CEOs in town, and by a long shot. Plus the buying binge of a local REIT continues. And some turnover in the executive ranks and boards of two local banks.
Proxy season continues revealing the pay packages for the execs at Genworth, Richmond’s new bank and a local REIT. And another local REIT closed on $20M worth of hotel purchases.
Dominion shines a light on the big pay days for its top execs, insiders at a local drug maker going on a buying spree and a local bank names a CFO.
Proxy season continues – and more hefty pay packages for local execs at Markel, MeadWestvaco and others; Genworth’s new CFO gets a sweet new deal; new directors at a local bank; and another big hotel purchase made by a local REIT.
It’s our favorite time of year — Proxy season — when publicly traded companies reveal how much their executives make. It’s good to be the kings at Media General and Owens & Minor.
Big paydays for local execs as companies begin to release their proxies; a local real estate investment trust works more big hotel deals; shareholders of a local coal company dump millions of dollars worth of shares; and a local drug maker takes a step toward selling its new drug in Europe.
A local REIT puts the brakes on a big hotel purchase and then announces an even larger deal; a local pharmaceutical firm does a reverse split on its stock; big bonuses for Brink’s execs; and Owens & Minor executives cash in on tons of stock options.