Ford exec sells $800K in stock; Humana files SEC quarterly report, and Powerball pot soars to $415M

Latest news, with a special focus on big Louisville employers; updated 5:39 p.m.

Joseph Hinrichs

FORD Executive Vice President Joseph Hinrichs sold 60,000 shares of stock at $13.32 a share yesterday for a total near $800,000, the company said in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing this afternoon. Ford paid Hinrichs $6.4 million last year, including changes to his pension value. Boulevard’s executive pay database.

KINDRED said it plans to make presentations at two upcoming investor conferences later this month (press release). Also, the company held a first-quarter earnings conference call with analysts at 9 a.m. today. How to listen to the replay; the company released results yesterday (press release). And the board of directors declared a regular quarterly cash dividend of 12 cents a share (press release). Shares closed at $13.44 down 7.3% this afternoon.

HUMANA just filed its first-quarter 10-Q with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Also, the insurer may exit some states’ insurance exchanges next year, the company said during its first-quarter report yesterday (Business FirstInsider Louisville and CJ). In the pre-market, shares were basically flat at $175.70.

TEXAS ROADHOUSE has just filed its 10-Q, too.

UPS shareholders have re-elected the full slate of 11 board members (press release).

YUM has filed initial documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission on its planned China division spinoff (Business First).

PAPA JOHN’S: Here’s a transcript of yesterday’s first-quarter conference call with analysts.

pb_logo_1In other news, the Powerball jackpot is now a staggering $415 million, the ninth-largest potential payout in U.S. history, after no winning numbers were drawn last night; next drawing is Saturday (WAVE). Last night’s numbers: 30 47 57 66 69 3. How to play. Also, Norton Healthcare is adding four operating rooms to the Women’s and Kosair Children’s Hospital in the Dupont area as part of a 7,000 square-foot addition (Business First).

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