November 14, 2012
Wyndham Corp.'s disciplined approach to repurchases places it near the top of the S&P 500, while FLIR’s overspending lands it near the bottom.
By S.L. Mintz
The findings of Institutional Investors 2012 Corporate Buyback Scorecard may be most dramatically illustrated by a detailed comparison of two companies approaches. Seventh from the top of the buyback rankings table and first in consumer services, Wyndham Corp. follows a disciplined approach to putting cash flow into shareholders pockets through share repurchases. Since June 2010, $1.4 billion in buybacks has exceeded dividend payouts by more than 8 to 1.
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