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  • Still thinking of Doing an IPO? -- Part 2 - The second part of a two-part series, this article outlines the formal IPO procedural process, the cost, and the purpose and requirements of the "road show." Links to the first installment that explained the overall process.
    Publisher: Graziadio Business Report     Author: Michael Davis   

  • Suspicion! Is Your CEO Holding Out on You? - Your once-forthright chief executive has turned downright evasive. Is he hiding mistakes? Or is he a crook? Better find out what's going on.
    Publisher: Corporate Board Member     Author: Bonnie Azab Powell   

  • Tell It Like It Is, Strategically - Companies are facing a double whammy in shareholder communications. Volatile markets mean more questions than ever before from shareholders, and Reg FD brought new restrictions on how to answer those questions.
    Publisher: Businessfinancemag.com     Author: Joanne Sammer   

  • The Coming Proxy Wars - This year’s hot issues include poison pills, alternate slates of directors, and executive pay. And yes, some shareholders are worried about auditors’ double lives.
    Publisher: Corporate Board Member     Author: Jessica Fourneret   

  • The Culture Effect - Corporate culture, competition and markets all affect company performance.
    Publisher: Capital Ideas     Author: Ronald S. Burt   

  • The Earnings Management Mousetrap - The assault on managed earnings, led by the SEC, is winning applause from investor advocates, academics and even many finance pros. But companies are still doing what they can to smooth out earnings — very cautiously.
    Publisher: Businessfinancemag.com     Author: Richard H. Gamble   

  • The New Untouchables - On the beat with the SEC's Internet fraud squad.
    Publisher: Business 2.0     Author: Edward Robinson   

  • The Perils of Shareholder Lawsuits - More and more companies are being attacked by shareholders in class-action lawsuits that cost an arm and a leg.
    Publisher: Businessfinancemag.com     Author: Richard H. Gamble   

  • The SEC's New Penchant for the Web -- None too Soon - Too few companies have taken advantage of the timeliness and power of the company web site to advance their investor relations story. But that's about to change, with the SEC's new proposal to require real-time disclosure on the corporate web site.
    Publisher: LeFile.Com     Author: William Dupuy   

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