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Kennedy’s compensation up 21.8% in 2010
Published March 7, 2011, Page 6
Roger VanDerSnick, ISC’s former executive vice president and chief operating officer, earned the highest compensation at ISC in 2010. His $1,019,906 compensation nearly doubled the $539,760 he earned the previous year. He left the company last August during a restructuring.
ISC Chairman Jim France earned a total compensation of $489,383. ISC President John Saunders earned a total compensation of $811,321.
ISC reported net income for the year ending Nov. 30, 2010, excluding discontinued operations, was approximately $73.2 million, or $1.52 per share. That was down from $90.7 million, or $1.86 per share, for fiscal year 2009. Its share price dropped from $27.55 to $23.69 for the year. It was trading at $27.93 midday Thursday last week.
Greg Estes, who manages the Intrepid All Cap Fund that returned 19 percent over the past year, recently told
TheStreet.com that he expects NASCAR to make a comeback and is investing in ISC and Speedway Motorsports Inc.
“The sport itself has been through a cyclical bottoming out, and we look for an improvement in admission at various races,” Estes said.