Donald Tomnitz

Analysts Expect Seamless Transition at Horton
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Analysts Expect Seamless Transition at Horton

Succession plan plays out, with focus on Auld as a skilled operations leader More

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D.R. Horton Aims for Market Domination

The country's biggest builder plans to get bigger by taking more market share from other builders. More

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Spring Home Selling Season Disappoints

As the public builders close their first-quarter books, it's clear that sales failed to improve. More

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Horton Holds Little Hope For Strong Spring Home Sales

CEO Tomnitz: Economy's woes are likely to hold home sales in check next year. More

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Tax Credit Hangover

Now that the home buyer tax credit party is over, home builder CEOs say they're glad it's gone while bracing themselves for a slower 2010 second half. More

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D.R. Horton Plots Market Domination

Horton logs another quarterly loss, but predicts a profitable 2010 and market share gains. More

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D.R. Horton CEO Tells It Straight

D.R. Horton CEO Donald Tomnitz continued his straight shooting with the financial community today when he told analysts and reporters during an earnings briefing this morning that a housing recovery was a long way off. "We're not projecting when there will be a recovery because we don't see one on the horizon," said Tomnitz. More

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