By Annica Strahner on March 2, 2011
DESPITE having some of the highest rates of Internet use in the world, Nordic public companies still spend a huge proportion of their investor relations budgets on printed annual reports — even though there is growing evidence that investors seldom read them.
By Dominic Jones on April 12, 2006
OK, here’s what we know: Investors mostly access corporate reporting information online and they are mostly interested in financial statements. So why would a company post its financial statements on the Web in a format that makes it next to impossible to read or use online? Clearly they shouldn’t, yet that’s exactly what I was [...]