|Security||23331ABB4 / D.r. Horton, Inc. 2.00% Senior Notes 05/15/14 (23331ABB4)|
|President and CEO||Auld David V|
|Common Shares Outstanding||377,068,508 shares (as of 2018-06-30)|
Institutional Bond Ownership and Shareholders
D.r. Horton, Inc. 2.00% Senior Notes 05/15/14 (23331ABB4) has 0 institutional investors and shareholders that have
filed 13D/G or 13F forms with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC).
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