Green Bay Packers fans purchased $400,000 worth of shares in the first 11 minutes as the National Football League team’s fifth stock sale began today.
The Green Bay Packers’ fiscal 2012 profit more than doubled to a record $42.7 million as costs fell and retail sales climbed a year after they won the Super Bowl.
The Green Bay Packers’ profit from operations rose by $11.4 million to a club-record $54.3 million in fiscal 2013, thanks to falling costs that Chief Executive Mark Murphy credited in part on late signings by Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews.
The Green Bay Packers’ net income more than tripled to $17.1 million in the fiscal year ending March 31, as the National Football League team won a Super Bowl title, club officials said.
The Green Bay Packers’ net income rose by about 30 percent to $5.2 million in the fiscal year ending March 31, team officials said.
Red Hat Inc., the largest seller of the open-source Linux operating system, fell after an analyst at Piper Jaffray & Co. projected a slowdown in billings growth.
Barry Silbert was born to trade.
"Last year, it started at the beginning of the fiscal year with two significant extensions of player contracts."
- Mark Murphy on Jul 10, 2014
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