Retail Opportunity Investments Number of Employees 2010-2024 | ROIC

Retail Opportunity Investments number of employees from 2010 to 2024. Number of employees can be defined as a measure of financial performance calculated as operating cash flow minus capital expenditures, expressed on a per share basis
Retail Opportunity Investments Annual Employee Count
2023 71
2022 70
2021 68
2020 66
2019 73
2018 71
2017 73
2016 71
2015 69
2014 65
2013 61
2012 22
2011 21
2010 14
2009 6
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Finance REIT - Retail Equity Trusts $1.718B $0.328B
Retail Opportunity Investments Corp. is a corporation that intends to qualify as a REIT for U.S. federal incoming tax purposes and that expects to invest in, acquire, own, lease, reposition and manage a diverse portfolio of necessity-based retail properties. This includes primarily, well located community and neighborhood shopping centers, anchored by national or regional supermarkets and drugstores. The company may also acquire other retail properties, including power centers, regional malls lifestyle centers and single-tenant retail locations that are leased to national, regional and local tenants. In addition, the Company may supplement its direct purchases of retail properties with first mortgages or second mortgages, mezzanine loans, bridge or other loans or debt investments related to retail properties, in each case provided that the underlying real estate meets the Company's criteria for direct investment.
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