Tag Archives: CEO transition

Extreme communicating

Companies are always talking to investors, employees, customers and the media, but it’s what they say and do in a crisis that people remember
By Celia Milne
June 18th, 2012

It’s not what happens that’s important, it’s how you handle it. This old adage certainly rings true for issuer communications and investor relations in urgent and unexpected situations. Take U.S. electronics mega retailer Best Buy. Failure to address a festering … Continue reading

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Putting investors on the couch

Hiring a third party to do an investor perception study isn’t everyday stuff. But it can be invaluable for IR strategy at critical times when management has to know exactly what shareholders think
By Chaya Cooperberg
June 17th, 2012

To many companies, commissioning an investor perception study can seem like a waste of money. Why pay a consultant to ask shareholders what we can ask them ourselves? After all, the reasoning may go, company management and investor relations teams … Continue reading

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