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Investors’ Favorite Small-Cap Boardroom Hire

Investors’ Favorite Small-Cap Boardroom Hire

Unlike in most mid- and large-cap companies, it’s common for small-cap companies to be operated and governed by those who are either new to public company roles, or by those who lack significant experience operating and governing public companies.

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PR: A Misunderstood and Overlooked Micro-Cap “X” Factor

By Small-Cap Institute, Inc.Micro-cap companies – those with market caps between $50 million and $300 million – often share a common trait that separates them from more highly valued public companies: they are often predominantly owned and traded by nonprofessional...

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Investors Talk About Company PowerPoint Presentations

By Small-Cap Institute, Inc.PowerPoint presentations are equally confounding to both issuers and investors. Small-cap companies are run by smart executives, who are experts in their businesses, and they take great care to explain their companies to investors as...

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Off the Record: Investors and Execs on Earning Call Scripts

By Small-Cap Institute This is part of a new series where SCI will be speaking with experienced, small-cap investors and executives “off the record” about a variety of capital markets, corporate finance, and boardroom issues. As we have emphasized elsewhere, small-cap...

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Should Your Company Have a LinkedIn Company Page?

By Small-Cap Institute, Inc. We get asked this question a lot, and it has become increasingly clear that companies are often recipients of confusing and sometimes dubious advice in this regard. Though subject to a few caveats, the short answer – particularly for...

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Setting Your Board Members Up to Succeed

Setting Your Board Members Up to Succeed

By Small-Cap Institute, Inc.Great small-caps are not only disciplined when it comes to appointing new board members, but they take the extra step of setting directors up to succeed by thoughtfully preparing them. If you were to ask those companies why “onboarding” is...

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Be Very Careful When Moving a Board Member into the C-Suite

By Susanne MelineA 2018 article in The Wall Street Journal highlighted the increased frequency with which large-cap companies have been replacing CEOs with existing board members[i].  Recent cases include David L. Calhoun (Boeing); John Donahoe (Nike); James Taiclet...

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