Trading Day

Trading Day: Inside the SEC filings of local public companies for 8.19.10

John Nelson, Altria’s chief technology officer, exercises options to acquire more than $2.5 million in stock. Meanwhile, the parent of Village Bank says it is unable to file its financial report for the second quarter in time to meet the deadline set by the SEC.

Trading Day: Inside the SEC filings for 8.5.10

Commonwealth Biotechnology has a new CEO, while the controller and principal accounting officer at Xenith Bank is retiring. Plus quarterly earnings from Genworth, Brink’s, Insmed, New Market and Tredegar.

Trading Day: Inside the SEC filings for 7.1.10

There wasn’t a lot of buying and selling going on last week among the head honchos at local public companies. But Universal Corp.filed a proxy statement, which means they disclosed CEO pay, and despite the recession, compensation was up for the bosses.

Inside the SEC filings of publicly traded companies

CarMax stock jumps 9 percent on solid quarterly earnings, and executives at other publicly traded companies across town exercise stock options. And one bank director sold stock for $0.01 a share. Plus Genworth sells bonds at 8 percent.

Trading Day 6.17.10

Altria Group The company said it is registering 50 million shares of its common stock for its 2010 Performance Incentive Plan for certain employees. The company also said it is registering an additional 750,000 shares for its stock compensation plan for non-employee directors. Brink’s Co. Matthew Schumacher, the company’s controller, exercised options to acquire 3,674… Read more »