SecurityFTRPR / Frontier Communications Corp. (35906A207)
IndustryTelephone Communications, Except Radiotelephone
Common Stock Shares Outstanding105,810,000 shares (as of 2018-06-30)
Total Insiders25
Total Directors12
Total Officers15

Stock Insider Trading (from SEC Form 4)

Frontier Communications Corp. insider trades are listed in the following table, followed by a table containing the full transaction history. Insiders are officers, directors, or significant investors in a company. In general, it is generally illegal for insiders to make trades in their companies based on specific, non-public information. This does not mean it is illegal for them to make any trades in their own companies. However, they must report all trades to the SEC via a Form 4.

FTRPR / Frontier Communications Corp. insiders include Wilderotter Mary Agnes, Levendos Christopher, and Jureller John M, BYNOE PETER C B, Fraioli Edward, FERGUSON DIANA SUE, WICK MYRON A III, Lass John, Ruesterholz Virginia P, Segil Larraine D, Nielsen Mark D, Maduri John Arndt Kenneth, SHAPIRO MARK S, Daniels Donald, REEVE PAMELA D A, MCCARTHY DANIEL J, Abernathy Kathleen Q, Barnes Leroy Jr., McBride R. Perley, Travaille Timothy, McKenney Cecilia K, SCHROTT HOWARD L, Weslock Kathleen, Gable Steve, .

Insider Roster

Insider Dir Off 10% Shares Owned
Barnes Leroy Jr. Director
Fraioli Edward Director
Ruesterholz Virginia P Director
Maduri John EVP, Consumer Sales
X 237,842
Gable Steve EVP, Chief Technology Officer
X 158,693
Nielsen Mark D EVP and Chief Legal Officer
X 116,377
MCCARTHY DANIEL J President and CEO, Director
X X 616,306
Daniels Donald SVP & Controller
X 16,145
Arndt Kenneth EVP, Commercial Sales
X 134,930
Weslock Kathleen EVP, Chief People Officer
X 118,135
McBride R. Perley EVP & Chief Financial Officer
X 250,323
Levendos Christopher EVP, Field Operations
X 127,329
Lass John EVP, Field Operations
X 628,310
Segil Larraine D Director
McKenney Cecilia K EVP, Chief Customer Officer
Travaille Timothy EVP, Operational Transform.
Wilderotter Mary Agnes Executive Chairman, Director
Abernathy Kathleen Q EVP, External Affairs
Jureller John M EVP and CFO

Transaction History

Click the link icon to see the full transaction history. Transactions reported as part of a 10b-5 automatic trading plan will have an X in the column marked 10b-5.

Form Insider Code 10b-5 Direct Share
Post Value
2018-05-08 4 Maduri John A D 92,033 237,842
2018-02-23 4 Arndt Kenneth F D 8.60 -231 134,930
2018-02-23 4 Daniels Donald F D 8.60 -54 16,145
2018-02-23 4 MCCARTHY DANIEL J F D 8.60 -3,473 616,306
2018-02-23 4 Nielsen Mark D F D 8.60 -337 116,377
2018-02-23 4 Gable Steve F D 8.60 -76 158,693
2018-02-16 4 Nielsen Mark D F D 9.08 -1,602 116,714
2018-02-16 4 Arndt Kenneth F D 9.08 -2,262 135,161
2018-02-16 4 Daniels Donald F D 9.08 -218 16,199
2018-02-16 4 Gable Steve F D 9.08 -1,621 158,769
2018-02-16 4 MCCARTHY DANIEL J F D 9.08 -11,143 619,779
2018-02-14 4 Maduri John A D 145,809 145,809
2018-02-14 4 Levendos Christopher A D 104,253 127,329
2018-02-14 4 Arndt Kenneth F D 8.07 -321 137,423
2018-02-14 4 Arndt Kenneth A D 876 137,744
2018-02-14 4 Arndt Kenneth A D 104,253 136,868
2018-02-14 4 Gable Steve F D 8.07 -139 160,390
2018-02-14 4 Gable Steve A D 467 160,529
2018-02-14 4 Gable Steve A D 131,228 160,062
2018-02-14 4 McBride R. Perley A D 218,713 250,323
2018-02-14 4 Daniels Donald F D 8.07 -108 16,417
2018-02-14 4 Daniels Donald A D 293 16,525
2018-02-14 4 Daniels Donald A D 12,394 16,232
2018-02-14 4 MCCARTHY DANIEL J F D 8.07 -3,681 630,922
2018-02-14 4 MCCARTHY DANIEL J A D 7,943 634,603
2018-02-14 4 MCCARTHY DANIEL J A D 437,425 626,660
2018-02-14 4 Nielsen Mark D F D 8.07 -549 118,316
2018-02-14 4 Nielsen Mark D A D 1,496 118,865
2018-02-14 4 Nielsen Mark D A D 91,131 117,369
2018-02-14 4 Weslock Kathleen A D 91,131 118,135
2018-02-13 4 Weslock Kathleen F D 6.97 -1,087 27,004
2018-02-13 4 MCCARTHY DANIEL J F D 6.97 -8,618 189,235
2018-02-13 4 Nielsen Mark D F D 6.97 -1,197 26,238
2018-02-13 4 Arndt Kenneth F D 6.97 -600 32,615
2018-02-13 4 Daniels Donald F D 6.97 -212 3,838
2018-02-13 4 Gable Steve F D 6.97 -495 28,834
2017-07-13 4 Weslock Kathleen F D 13.62 -379 28,091
2017-07-07 4 Daniels Donald F D 1.07 -1,106 60,760
2017-05-25 4 Arndt Kenneth P D 1.375 13,000 498,235 685,073
2017-05-16 4 Weslock Kathleen P D 1.315 50,000 427,057 561,580
2017-05-16 4 Lass John P D 1.345 8,000 628,310 845,077
2017-05-15 4 Gable Steve P D 1.30 10,000 439,945 571,928
2017-05-08 4 Gable Steve P D 1.54 2,300 429,945 662,115
2017-05-08 4 Gable Steve P D 1.5227 5,000 427,645 651,175
2017-03-03 4 Nielsen Mark D F D 2.86 -3,405 411,530
2017-02-24 4 Travaille Timothy F D 3.40 -1,815 172,256
2017-02-24 4 Daniels Donald F D 3.40 -872 61,866
2017-02-24 4 Lass John F D 3.40 -3,862 620,310
2017-02-24 4 Gable Steve F D 3.40 -1,302 422,645
2017-02-24 4 Arndt Kenneth F D 3.40 -3,862 485,235
Open market or private purchase of non-derivative or derivative security
Open market or private sale of non-derivative or derivative security
Grant, award, or other acquisition of securities from the company (such as an option)
Conversion of derivative
Sale or transfer of securities back to the company
Payment of exercise price or tax liability using portion of securities received from the company
Gift of securities by or to the insider
Equity swaps and similar hedging transactions
Exercise or conversion of derivative security received from the company (such as an option)
A transaction voluntarily reported on Form 4
Other (accompanied by a footnote describing the transaction)

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