By Guest Contributor on December 22, 2010
Patrick Kiss, Head of Investor & Public Relations at Deutsche EuroShop AG, sees a lack of progress in the use of social media for investor relations. He wonders if the time has come for IROs to take the next step and move beyond monitoring to active engagement — or potentially even withdraw to the sidelines.
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 Richard Ketchen on November 29, 2010
LET’S start with hello and thank you. Greetings to IR Web Report followers – I’m hoping we won’t be strangers for long. And thanks to Dominic for asking me to be a contributor – I’m looking to helping you make IR Web Report an even more valuable resource.
By Dominic Jones on July 6, 2006
A CEO lobby group has attacked the media’s portrayal of their compensation with a report claiming the pay is fair — but the group’s research is being called into question. On Wednesday, the Business Roundtable issued a news release saying that growth in CEO pay has trailed shareholder returns. It also attacked media coverage of [...]
By Dominic Jones on January 26, 2005
AT A RECENT roundtable discussion for Chief Executive magazine, several CEOs got together to brainstorm about how to win back the public’s faith in them. After talking about better governance, team building, customer relations and adopting good causes, these CEOs still couldn’t come up with an answer to their dilemma. To be fair, a lot [...]