GREENSBORO — The chief executive of Qorvo, Inc., an international manufacturer of semiconductors, sold another $1.1 million worth of stock last week, following a sale of around $1.2 million worth of company shares just days prior.
On Aug. 21, Robert A. Bruggeworth sold 3,894 shares for $132.32 and another 4,868 shares at $130.63, according to a Form 4 filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Bruggeworth, who has served as CEO since the company’s creation, now owns 166,445 shares, valued at roughly $21.75 million as of Friday’s closing share price of $130.67.
Qorvo was founded following the 2014 merger of RF Micro Devices and TriQuijnt Semiconductors, Inc. Bruggeworth served as CEO of RFMD from 2003 to December 2014.
Qorvo (QRVO) shares were last trading up 55 cents, or 0.42 percent, near $131.22 on Monday.
The filing can be found here.
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