Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE:WM), saw four directors raise their holdings with the company. Frank M. Clark, Victoria M. Holt, and Bradbury H. Anderson all bought 1,575 shares at an average price of $44.455 per share; while Thomas H. Weidemeyer purchased 857 shares in the company at a range of prices, from $44.32 to $44.55 per share. Following these transactions, Clark now has 26,420 shares directly invested in the corporation; Weidemeyer directly holds 21,030 shares; Holt directly has 6,102 shares; while Anderson has 13,366 shares invested in the company directly and 100 shares indirectly.
Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE:WM), is a $20.5 billion market cap company that serves as a provider of waste management services in North America. In addition, there is one hedge fund involved with the company with the largest amount invested. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust, the fund run by Michael Larson has 18,633,672 shares worth about $783.9 million invested in Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE:WM).
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