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November 20, 2000
W. R. Grace & Co. Robert M. Tarola, chief financial officer, purchased 10,000 shares of common at $3.88 each Oct. 25 and now directly and indirectly holds 15,129. The Rouse Co. Anthony W. Deering, chairman of the board, exercised an option for 167,600 shares of common at $13.50 to $19.75 each Oct. 20. He turned in 119,063 of them and now directly and indirectly holds 572,803. Ryland Group Inc. Frank J. Scardina, vice president, sold 6,120 shares of common at $33 each Nov. 1 and now directly and indirectly holds 735.
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By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | January 18, 2013
Every flu season, doctors instruct their patients in the basics of respiratory etiquette: To limit spread of the disease, wash your hands, cover your mouth when you cough and practice good hygiene. The practices are based on the belief that the flu and other viruses pass from person to person through indirect or direct contact. Somebody coughs in another's face, or an infected person touches a doorknob that dozens of others then grab, and the disease spreads. But what if the flu isn't transmitted by direct or indirect contact?
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BUSINESS
December 4, 2000
Petroleum & Resources Lawrence L. Hooper, vice president, exercised an option for 1,000 shares of common at $36.88 each Oct. 3. Hooper turned in 1,000 and now directly and indirectly holds 1,072 shares. Maureen A. Jones, vice president, exercised an option for 1,767 shares of common at $29.13 each Oct. 4. Jones turned in 1,767 of them and now directly and indirectly holds 1,748. Richard F. Koloski, president, exercised an option for 11,249 shares of common at $10.20 to $13.82 each from Oct. 4 to Oct. 24. Koloski turned in 11,249 shares and now directly and indirectly holds 24,238 shares.
BUSINESS
By Insider Trading is compiled by Thomson Financial/First Call | April 2, 2002
Insider transactions of 1,000 shares or more for public companies based in Maryland or with operations here. CSX Corp. Frederick J. Favorite, officer of subsidiary company, exercised an option for 8,800 shares of common stock at $31.28 each Feb. 1 and sold 8,800 shares at $39.46 each Feb. 1, and now directly and indirectly holds 25,993 shares of common. Michael J. Ward, officer of subsidiary company, exercised an option for 3,600 shares of common stock at $31.28 each Feb. 1 and sold 3,285 shares at $39.53 each Feb. 1, and now directly and indirectly holds 249,715 shares.
BUSINESS
December 31, 2001
Insider transactions of 1,000 shares or more for public companies based in Maryland or with operations here. Marriott International Edwin D. Fuller, officer, exercised an option for 4,202 shares of Class A common at $28.22 each Nov. 29 and sold 4,202 shares at $36.51 each Nov. 29. Fuller now directly and indirectly holds 28,942 shares. Procter & Gamble Co. Bruce L. Byrnes, officer, sold 16,647 shares of common for between $74 and $76 each from Nov. 1 to Nov. 2 and now directly and indirectly holds 165,644.
BUSINESS
July 19, 1999
Below are insider transactions for publicly held companies based in Maryland or having substantial operations here. Insiders are officers, directors or owners of 10 percent or more of a corporation's stock.Black & Decker Corp.Barbara B. Lucas,vice president, disposed of, by gift, 300 shares of common at an unreported price June 22 and now directly and indirectly holds 12,590 common.Guilford Pharma. Inc.Craig Robert Smith, M.D.,chairman, disposed of, by gift, 3,000 shares of common at an unreported price June 9 and now directly and indirectly holds 402,952 common.
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