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Jack Henry, O’Reilly Auto execs sell thousands of shares

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Executives at Jack Henry & Associates Inc. (Nasdaq: JKHY) and O’Reilly Automotive Inc. (Nasdaq: ORLY) recently sold thousands of shares, according to U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filings this month.

Jack Henry
At Monett-based financial industry software firm Jack Henry, CEO David Foss and Chief Technology Officer Mark Forbis reported transactions with the SEC.

The top trade was made by Foss, who on March 13 sold 7,000 shares to net $864,096, according to the SEC filing. Following the sale, Foss continued to own more than 47,000 company shares.

On March 9 and March 12, Forbis made separate transactions, resulting in a combined $124,910 from the sale of 1,014 shares, according to an SEC filing.

Jack Henry last month posted fiscal second-quarter net income of $155.6 million, a 165 percent increase compared with the same period a year earlier.

JKHY shares were trading at $124.74 as of 9:51 a.m., compared with a 52-week range of $91.50 to $127.31

O’Reilly Auto
CEO Greg Henslee led the most recent trades at O’Reilly Automotive.

In late February, he acquired 3,476 shares at a set rate and sold them at market prices under the SEC’s transaction code M. The move netted him $769,274.

O’Reilly Automotive board member Rosalie O’Reilly Wooten sold shares three times in February under the SEC transaction code G for “bona fide gifts.” In total, she disposed of 976 shares for combined gifts of $238,640.

Allen Dumas, the company’s senior vice president of eastern store operations, on Feb. 28 sold 78 shares valued at $19,421, according to a March 2 SEC filing.

O’Reilly Automotive recently reported 2017 net income of $1.1 billion, up from $1 billion a year earlier.

ORLY shares were trading at $251.45 as of 9:51 a.m., compared with a 52-week range of $169.43 to $279.23.


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