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Time It Right: The Importance of Financial Calendars

By Hannah Kelly, Business Wire Paris

What is a financial calendar?

A financial calendar (also referred to as an economic calendar) is used by traders, shareholders and the media alike, in order to track the important events of the economy. 361 more words

Business Wire

Three Step Approach to Social Media for Investor Relations

By Dennis Walsh, Vice President

I recently moderated a webinar hosted by NIRI on social media strategies for investor relations. On the panel with me were David Jackson, CEO, Seeking Alpha; RJ Jones, Investor Relations Officer, Zillow; and Andrew Shapiro, Founder, President and Portfolio Manager, Lawndale Capital Management. 711 more words

Investor Relations

A.G. Schneiderman Applauds Decision by Business Wire to Prohibit High-Frequency Traders from Purchasing Direct News Feed

Business Wire issued a press release today that we will no longer allow high frequency trading firms to license direct feeds. We’re pleased to see NY Attorney General Schneiderman’s… 99 more words

Disclosure

Investor Thoughts on the SEC's Proposed Disclosure Reform

By Farah Merchant, Business Wire

SEC Chair Mary Jo White recently issued a staff report to Congress on disclosure reform initiatives.  The report, mandated by Congress in the 2012 Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act, offers an overview of the SEC’s Regulation S-K. 404 more words

Business Wire

Critical Content for an IR Site: Press Releases Most Viewed Within Investor Centers

By Ibrey Woodall, VP, Web Communications Services

We’ve heard from naysayers for years now that the press release is dead, especially within the financial industry. The statistical truth, however, is that the press release is, by far, the most accessed type of content within an investor relations center, or IR site. 237 more words

Public Relations

Shareholder on a Shelf: An Earnings Tradition

By Dennis Walsh, Vice President

The Shareholder on a Shelf is a new tradition that has become the holiday gift of choice for IROs to their executive management teams. 426 more words

Investor Relations

Are Reg FD Enforcements Back?

By: Mark J. Tarallo

In the late 1990’s, market regulators grew concerned that public companies (and their representatives) were too often engaging in “selective disclosure,” and that certain analysts and institutional investors were getting access to material information that was not available to most institutional investors (such as quarterly analyst calls made by the issuers). 415 more words

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