At $52.91 per share, WellPoint has a market capitalization of $17.5 billion on 331 million diluted shares outstanding. The company has $23.64 billion in shareholder equity, even after returning capital aggressively to shareholders through …
“Third leg is very controversial but we don’t shy from controversy on this show. It’s WellPoint, now what is WellPoint, WellPoint is the HMO that reported an absolute monster yesterday quarter. Earning $1.53 per share or $1.78 …
WellPoint Inc.'s first-quarter 2005 net income rose to $611.7 million, or $1.97 per share, from $295.6 million, or $2.08 per share, a year earlier. Net income in the latest period included tax benefits of 9 cents per share, and net income a year …
St. Louis-based Express Scripts said Monday it planned to buy WellPoint’s NextRx subsidiaries in a cash-and-stock deal. Express Scripts is the third-largest pharmacy benefits manager, and the deal likely would vault it past No. 2 CVS …
St. Louis-based Express Scripts said Monday it planned to buy WellPoint’s NextRx subsidiaries in a cash-and-stock deal. Express Scripts is the third-largest pharmacy benefits manager, and the deal probably would vault it past No. 2 …
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To review WellPoint’s stock, please take a look at the 1-year chart of WLP (WellPoint, Inc.) below with my added notations: WLP has formed a solid resistance at $90 (navy), which would also be a 52-week high breakout if the stock
Their initial stock offering in late 2001 raised $1.7 billion, which only fed the acquisition and for-profit conversion rampage, culminating with the mother of all insurance mergers when WellPoint of California and Anthem of Indiana came …
But in her final year as CEO of WellPoint, the nation's second-biggest health insurer, Angela Braly pulled in compensation, stock gains and a golden parachute that places her among the big boys. Braly, 52, resigned in August …