By Dominic Jones on July 20, 2011
THIS is potentially good news for the hundreds of international companies with non-exchange listed ADRs that have long had to contend with low levels of visibility and few options for communicating with their US-based investors.
By Dominic Jones on February 1, 2007
THIS shouldn’t be news to anyone in the investor relations field, but the globalization of investor relations keeps rolling on apace as stock exchanges continue to link up. A key component of the cooperation agreement between the New York Stock Exchange and the Tokyo Stock Exchange announced yesterday is helping listed companies reach investors in [...]
By Dominic Jones on April 17, 2006
A RECENT Business Week cover story focused on the malaise afflicting America’s blue chips as U.S. investors forsake them in favor of international and small-cap companies. The article highlighted the fact that companies like General Electric, Home Depot, Walt Disney, Microsoft, Pfizer, Wal-Mart and Intel have seen their share prices languish despite them turning in [...]