Smaller Dividend Part of Worthington's Cost-Cutting Measures

June 2009
Metal Center News;Jun2009, Vol. 49 Issue 7, p11
Trade Publication
The article reports on the declaration of the quarterly dividend of the Worthington Industries Inc. for 2009 in Columbus, Ohio. The board of directors claim that the ten cents per share for the company's quarterly dividend has been viewed as a decline compared to the previous quarter in 2008. The reduction of the dividend has been intended to offset the decline in the automotive and construction markets.


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