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As is evidenced by the numerous different formats for earnings press releases, there is no “correct” way to communicate quarterly financial results. But experienced investors are constantly frustrated by many small-cap companies’ lack of awareness of investor...read more
Here’s a “cheat sheet” for a CEOs with respect to money-losing precedents seasoned small-cap investors know too well.
An M&A Process That Creates Value: What Every CEO Should Know (Part 2 of 3 – Due Diligence on the Target)
Part 2 describes how small-cap CEOs can better understand the business culture of an acquisition target and the potential for friction between workforce cultures, attitudes, and compensation schemes.
An M&A Process That Creates Value: What Every CEO Should Know (Part 3 of 3 – Due Diligence on the Target)
Part 1 of this series focused on the most important aspects of planning and strategy in a mergers and acquisitions (M&A) process. Part 2 detailed the necessary components of due diligence on a target company. Part 3 will describe how to manage present and emerging risks that can crop up in any M&A transaction.
“CEOs too often fall victims to advisors who promise to deliver fast, impactful change.”
Investors are constantly surprised by the disconnect between what they expect to find on corporate websites, and what they actually find. This disconnect can erode a tangible amount of shareholder respect. Some key things that small-cap officers and directors may...read more
A special thanks to iconic boardroom lawyer, Bob Lamm, for his invaluable advice and contributions to this piece.There was a time in the not too distant past when board members and investors rarely interacted outside of annual shareholder meetings – if at all. Today,...read more
If all you did was read The Wall Street Journal or watch CNBC, you’d think these are the only audit firms in the country.
But that is not the case at all.
SEC Regulation FD has been with us for 18 years, and even when new it did not introduce any radical new concepts. However, it remains one of the most misunderstood SEC rules.
Many investors are just plain nervous about putting money in small-caps that operate without in-house counsel. They’re often right to feel that way.