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By Guest Contributor on November 25, 2010
Working in the online reporting field since 2001, Thomas Rosenmayr has a financial background as an equity analyst and holds an MBA from Vienna/Austria. He is the founder and CEO of Nexxar, a firm that focuses on producing online corporate reporting documents that take full advantage of web technologies to improve engagement through interactivity and [...]
By Dominic Jones on November 24, 2010
AT THE IR Society’s prestigious IR Best Practice Awards in London last night, German chemical company BASF SE (ETR:BAS, PINK:BASFY) walked away the big winner with four awards – 3.5 of which were for its online IR communications.
By David Brickell on November 23, 2010
A TEAM of German researchers from Goethe University Frankfurt have published a study that finds evidence to suggest that corporate executives are sharing material, non-public information in private earnings calls and conferences with select groups of invited analysts.
By Dominic Jones on November 23, 2010
WE’RE very pleased today to welcome five new contributors to IR Web Report, each of whom has unique expertise and experience in investor relations communications in North America or Europe.
By Dominic Jones on November 22, 2010
FOUR service providers who together host the majority of investor relations websites in North America have expressed confidence that their systems are secure following high-profile leaks of unpublished earnings information in recent weeks.
By Dominic Jones on November 20, 2010
AROUND this time 10 years ago, I began writing about investor relations communications on the web for an email newsletter that I sent to a handful of client companies. A few months later, in February 2001, I launched IRWebReport.com
By Dominic Jones on November 18, 2010
NETAPP Inc. (NASDAQ:NTAP) has become the second company in less than a week to have earnings information leaked from an unsecured area of its corporate website.
By Dominic Jones on November 17, 2010
WHAT a difference a quarter makes! Back in August we showcased 10 companies that used Twitter to distribute information about their Q2 earnings announcements, so we thought we would check in to see how they’re doing this quarter.
By Dominic Jones on November 16, 2010
A NEW company is causing a stir in investor relations and corporate reporting circles with its financial reporting software that makes it a snap for companies to confidently create multiple disclosure documents that automatically update when figures are changed in a single spreadsheet.
By Dominic Jones on November 12, 2010
THE Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) yesterday saw its stock plunge after the company’s earnings release, disclosing worse than expected results, was discovered on its website at least 30 minutes prior to the normal release time.
By Dominic Jones on November 7, 2010
IR WEB REPORT is today publishing new guidelines to help investor relations departments maximize the reach and ROI of their investor presentation information on the web.
By Dominic Jones on October 28, 2010
MICROSOFT corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) has become the latest high-profile company to end the decades-old practice of using a paid PR wire service to distribute its quarterly earnings announcements – a move that acknowledges the real-time capabilities of the web.
By Dominic Jones on October 27, 2010
A GLOBAL survey of senior-level investor relations professionals has found that while most still have no intention of using social media for investor communications, 35% are interested and one in ten is already using services like Twitter for IR communications.