Are Unicorns Ready for Their Close-up?
Going public doesn't necessarily prepare a company for being public, investor relations expert says.
The Activist Investor: A CFO’s Unlikely Ally
Don't be caught by surprise — learn to view your company through the eyes of an activist investor.
Why Apple’s Disclosure Changes Are the Right Move
The world's second-most-valuable company is not being coy but rather is clearly communicating its business-model shift, an investor relations expert says.
Institutional Investors Put Private CFOs in the Public Eye
The rise of "crossover investors" — institutional investors that fund private start-ups — blurs the line between public and private companies.
To Navigate a Recession, Beware Mental Momentum
Internal resistance to change — or mental momentum — can prevent companies from properly responding to new market economics.
Index Funds Exert Growing Power Over Companies
With massive amounts of investment rolling in, index funds are increasingly driving corporate decision-making.
Media Power IAC Paints Picture of Proactive IR
CFO Glenn Schiffman's top priority is tirelessly explaining IAC's complex structure and strategy to investors and analysts.
Don’t Let Blind Spots Ruin Your Finance Career
A key figure in the Znetix shareholder scam offers his take on how "good people can make bad choices" in a business setting.
High G&A Spending Tied To Greater Profits
Spending cash to achieve strategic goals beats tight cost controls at the bottom line, research suggests.
The Link Between Good Investor Relations and Stock Price
Half of public-company CEOs and CFOs are significantly less well-off financially than they should be. Do you know which half you’re in?
How to Mess Up Investor Relations
Chief among the tips: Don't let the CEO deliver important news about company strategy at an investor meeting.