By Ezra Marbach on February 9, 2011
AS EARNINGS season comes to a close, public companies continue to demonstrate an increasing focus on using their earnings calls to be more social, interactive, and transparent.
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 Dominic Jones on January 12, 2011
WITH company executives and their investor relations departments under pressure to allocate more time to meeting with investors and analysts at home and on the road, wouldn’t it be nice to lessen the burden while making access to management fairer at the same time?
By Dominic Jones on December 14, 2010
NASDAQ OMX has acquired its corporate services partner, Stockholm-based Zoomvision Mamato (ZVM), amid heightened competition in the Nordic webcasting business from bigger rivals Thomson Reuters and Qbrick-Arkena.
By David Brickell on November 23, 2010
A TEAM of German researchers from Goethe University Frankfurt have published a study that finds evidence to suggest that corporate executives are sharing material, non-public information in private earnings calls and conferences with select groups of invited analysts.