By Dominic Jones on March 17, 2011
UK-BASED Software Radio Technologies (SRT) has won an innovation award from online investor community Stockopedia for using live video to reach out to the company’s retail shareholders.
By Dominic Jones on January 31, 2011
EQUITY analysts in the UK say they are tired of companies using the London Stock Exchange’s Regulatory News Service (RNS) to send them non-market moving information, the Financial Times reports.
By Dominic Jones on January 30, 2011
UK-BASED Software Radio Technology (SRT), which trades on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM market for smaller companies, is being lauded for breaking new ground in its investor relations efforts by hosting a live video webcast to answer questions from retail investors.
By David Brickell on January 13, 2011
BRIAN Basham is no stranger to street fighting in the City of London. For the former journalist, PR man and chairman of research house Equity Development, nearly five decades of entrepreneurial success, high jinks and legal battles have only fuelled his affection for British business.
By Dominic Jones on September 13, 2010
INVESTORS in UK issuers have a new central online repository for disclosure documents to help them with their research – but the new “national storage mechanism” is useless if you want timely alerts about new disclosures.
By Dominic Jones on August 10, 2010
LAST week’s post about 10 companies that used Twitter as part of their recent quarterly earnings announcements generated a lot of interest, so we thought we’d look at one company that we didn’t mention because their activity occurred after we compiled the list.
By Dominic Jones on December 20, 2006
A FORMER employee of a large IR website vendor has written a damning insider’s account of how such firms bully their clients into buying off-the-shelf packages that fail to deliver value to companies and their investors. Lily Napier, who spent six years as a senior IR consultant for Hemscott, the UK equivalent of Thomson Financial [...]