- By Boris Ladwig | Posted on January 2, 2019
Despite market volatility and a terrible fourth quarter, shareholders of some local companies, including Humana, Texas Roadhouse and Yum Brands, enjoyed healthy returns in 2018. For some local companies, including Churchill Downs, 2018 returns looked great through three quarters — though for others, including...
Monday Business Briefing: Solid Light helps with Heaven Hill visitor center; Brown-Forman sets CEO pay; KFC Yum! Center upgrades; and moreBy Staff | Posted on November 18, 2018
Welcome to the Nov. 19 Monday Business Briefing, your weekly business intelligence digest from Insider Louisville. Heaven Hill to expand Bardstown visitor center, partners with Louisville’s Solid Light At a news conference Friday morning, representatives from Heaven Hill and Solid Light gathered at Heaven...
- By Kevin Gibson | Posted on November 18, 2018
There are some solid options here, many of which are buffets, so you not only get all the Thanksgiving treats, but you also don’t have to scrape pans.
- By Boris Ladwig | Posted on November 6, 2018
Churchill Downs has awarded its two top executives with new contracts that will pay them up to about $32.5 million in stock, provided the company hits certain performance targets
Monday Business Briefing: GEA wants Sears to return its appliances; Papa John’s golden parachutes; Ford gears up for 2020 Escape; and moreBy Staff | Posted on November 4, 2018
Welcome to the Nov. 5 Monday Business Briefing, your weekly business intelligence digest from Insider Louisville.
- By Boris Ladwig | Posted on November 1, 2018
Churchill Downs shares jumped more than 10 percent Thursday after it beat earnings expectations, announced a stock split, a higher dividend and its intent to buy a majority stake in casino operator Midwest Gaming.
- By Bill Doolittle | Posted on November 1, 2018
Instead of one race, wrapped in mystery and history and served with a refreshing mint julep, the Breeders’ Cup is two days of championship-caliber races.
- By Sara Havens | Posted on October 29, 2018
Breeders' Cup organizers are hoping to ramp up the festivities the week before the races, so we thought we'd highlight a few of the mane events.
Monday Business Briefing: A terrible week for local stocks; Waterfront Park authority to test donation boxes; appliance prices rising; and moreBy Staff | Posted on October 28, 2018
Welcome to the Oct. 29 Monday Business Briefing, your weekly business intelligence digest from Insider Louisville. Local stocks tumbled amid concerns about future earnings With the exception of Ford and Texas Roadhouse, all stocks of local importance fell last week — some sharply — as...
- By Boris Ladwig | Posted on October 23, 2018
Global markets declined again Tuesday, and amid the recent volatility, shares of 12 of 15 local companies tracked by Insider have fallen in October.