CAVCOCanadian Audio Visual Certification Office
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Cavco said that the acquisition was funded with its internal capital.
"We are excited to welcome Destiny Homes into the Cavco family of companies," said Bill Boor, President and Chief Executive Officer.
Wall Street analysts see Cavco Industries reporting earnings of $1.94 per share on sales of $256.37 million.
Contacts: CAVCO takes care of both the Production Services Tax Credit and the Canadian Film or Video Tax Credit: Canadian Audio Visual Certification Office, Dept.
* Cavco Industries, Inc.(NASDAQ: CVCO) fell 16.69 percent to close at $134.37 after reporting Q3 results.
Cavco Industries announced that it had received a subpoena from the Securities and Exchange Commission's Division of Enforcement requesting certain documents relating to, among other items, trading of the stock of another public company.
After the much publicized allegations of tax-credit fraud at Montreal TV producer Cinar Corp., the government ordered a full-scale review of the tax-credit system and the result is that the Canadian Audio-Visual Certification Office (CAVCO) is much tougher in its application of the rules.
and with the participation of the Canadian Television Fund, CTF License Fee Program and CAVCO. (International sales: Hallmark Entertainment, L.A.) Produced by Susan Cavan, Patrick Whitley.
29 September 2014 - US manufactured and modular homes builder Cavco Industries Inc (NASDAQ:CVCO) seeks to acquire domestic sector company Skyline Corporation (NYSEMKT:SKY), offering a price of between USD3.50 (EUR2.8m) and USD4.50 a share in an all cash transaction, Cavco said in a letter addressed to the target's board of directors.
Its Cavco Industries division, ranked 11th on BUILDER'S manufactured home builder list (see page 178), built more than 6,000 homes in 1999, and is the leading manufactured home builder in Arizona and New Mexico.
US factory-built homes manufacturer Palm Harbor Homes (PINK:PHHMQ) said an US bankruptcy court cleared Fleetwood Homes, a unit of rival Cavco (NASDAQ:CVCO), to buy the company for USD83.9m (EUR60m), subject to adjustments.