By Annica Strahner on November 26, 2010
EARLIER this week, I attended a lunch seminar “IR Excellence: Risks and opportunities in a digital world,” hosted by the Swedish IR association (SIRA), in cooperation with Cision, Grayling and Setterwalls.
By Dominic Jones on July 21, 2010
PERHAPS I’m old-fashioned, but when a company uses a service like Twitter to tell followers about company earnings, I expect them to make a reasonable effort to post the news simultaneously to other channels.
By Dominic Jones on April 20, 2010
INVESTOR RELATIONS professionals at hundreds of companies are exposing their firms to potential compliance risks because they have failed to play an active role in monitoring, managing and engaging in their companies’ activities on social networks like Facebook and Twitter.
By Dominic Jones on February 18, 2010
TWITTER is fast becoming an important channel for public companies to communicate with investors, but the platform’s 140-character limit for messages creates compliance challenges that may be preventing more companies from participating.
By Dominic Jones on September 1, 2009
WHEN Dell Inc. (NASDAQ: DELL) accidentally posted earnings information on the web prior to their official announcement last week, it was a little like seeing a poster child for online disclosure fall from grace. None of the usual crop of online disclosure pundits uttered a word about it, as if to do so would cast [...]