By Dominic Jones on May 19, 2011
IN A move that has set off alarm bells at smaller investor relations services providers, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) wants to add a new section to its rules promoting a suite of products to its listed companies.
By Dominic Jones on May 30, 2007
INTERNATIONAL companies registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have begun taking advantage of new rules that make it easier for them withdraw from U.S. financial and corporate governance reporting requirements. Companies announcing their intention to deregister blame high costs of maintaining a U.S. listing and complying with regulations. While most companies plan [...]
By Dominic Jones on January 4, 2007
IS APPLE Computer CEO Steve Jobs an untouchable? Will he get away with doing bad things just because he is too important to sacrifice? Those are questions Business Week explores in a probing article that looks at whether investigators at the Securities and Exchange Commission will have the spine to take on one of the [...]
By Dominic Jones on September 6, 2006
By IR Web Report Staff ONLY five percent of companies plan to change their executive compensation practices before the Securities and Exchange Commission’s sweeping new pay disclosure rules kick in next year, a new survey has found. Adopted in July, the SEC’s new rules take effect with the 2007 proxy filings. They will require greater [...]