By Dominic Jones on December 19, 2010
ONE of the hottest discussions over the past week in the Investor Relations Executives Group on Linkedin asks whether investor relations pros send out holiday cards to their covering analysts and biggest shareholders.
By Dominic Jones on December 14, 2010
AT THE first CA Cheuvreux Investor Relations Summit in London last week, 170 IR officers from around Europe got to hear directly from research heads and fund managers about what they’re looking for from investor relations departments.
By Dominic Jones on February 18, 2009
WEB monitoring services that help investors track online mentions of companies they follow have become an emerging area of innovation as easy-to-use publishing technologies have brought a flood of influential experts to the Internet. Some of the companies offering “deep web” mining services to investors include FirstRain, SkyGrid and EventVestor, while a much larger group [...]
By Dominic Jones on August 10, 2006
By IR Web Report Staff DAIWA Securities Analyst James Enck has publicly criticized German telecommunications giant Deutsche Telekom on his blog for issuing a late-night profit warning that surprised analysts for its severity and caused a sharp sell-off in the firm’s stock. “I arrived at work this morning at 6:45 to find that Deutsche Telekom [...]
By Dominic Jones on February 10, 2006
IN ENRON trial testimony last week, the company’s disgraced former IRO Mark Koenig told of how his bosses, former chairman Ken Lay and former CEO Jeff Skilling, sought to keep a tough analyst away from earnings calls and investor meetings because he was critical of the company. According to the Enron TrialWatch blog, the two [...]