First quarter earnings season begins, with results flowing in from Brink’s, Union and others.
Proxy season continues, revealing the compensation packages paid to several local CEOs, including the heads of three Richmond-area banks.
A tobacco giant and a hotel-focused real estate investment trust disclose compensation packages for its top executives. Plus a new vice president is appointed at a logistics company this week.
Owens & Minor and Markel post their proxies and executive pay packages, a local REIT offloads nine hotels for $95 million and CarMax reports its year-end results.
Proxy season continues, as executive pay packages are disclosed for Hamilton Beach and Tredegar. And Genworth has extended the timeline for its pending deal to be acquired by a Chinese firm for the ninth time since the deal was announced in 2016.
Brink’s completes an acquisition in Brazil, CarMax files its 10-Q and plenty of insiders move shares.
Proxy season is in full bloom, with executive compensation data out from several local firms. Meanwhile, Altria invests nearly $2 billion in a Canadian cannabinoid company.
A local bank announces its first common stock dividend in 10 years, a downtown real estate firm snags a Twin Cities hotel, while year-end earnings continue to roll in.
New Market’s CEO offloads 14,000 shares, a local bank discloses its executive compensation packages, Owens & Minor names a new CEO and year-end earnings from Apple Hospitality, Kinsale and more.
The new U.S. Attorney General steps down from a local board, Owens & Minor reports year-end earnings and two directors sell off shares in this week’s roundup.