I hope this email finds you well. We all have come across this frustrating opening salvo at one time or another from some unknown person, touting a product or service that is of very little or no interest. The good news is that email marketing campaigns have evolved. Technology and social media are enabling email […]
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The proposed new SEC Form 13-F rules represent a huge step backwards to a time when issuers and the investing public had very little information about stock ownership.
Those who live in Southern California fully understand the terms “May gray” and “June gloom.” It’s that time of year when the sun comes out late afternoon. The temperature isn’t that cold, but gloominess permeates the air and stays around for most of the daylight hours. Most people hate it. This year, at least for […]
“In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” The words were spoken by Martin Luther King Jr. It is in that spirit, and at this sad time for our country, we put our core communications expertise to work with messages of universal resolve toward bringing […]
While activist activity was down a bit in the first quarter of 2020, compared with last year’s first quarter, according to Activist Insight’s “Shareholder Activism in Q1 2020” report, there were still plenty of shareholder demands made of public companies. By sector, industrials was the largest group impacted by activism, followed by financial services and […]
If history has taught us anything, it’s that we should learn from it. Since the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), financial markets continue to be rattled, as the U.S. and other global economies desperately try to respond to the pandemic. Global travel, entertainment, sporting events and conferences all are being cancelled in an effort to […]
Do you remember any of your elementary school teachers? Think back for a moment if any remain in your memory. My kindergarten teacher at Bateman Elementary School, on the north side of Chicago, was Mrs. Hart. I only remember her because it was kindergarten, and she was my first teacher. No one went to pre-school […]
WeWork, once a darling of Wall Street, even before its planned IPO, has been in the news a lot…and not because its stock price is flying high after going public.
I’m not generally a fan of motivational speakers and their messages. While such speakers are usually talented and entertaining orators, try the next day to remember what they said, and… umm, it’s usually impossible. Recently, I heard one of these guys speak. He left the audience mesmerized with his oratory skills. But more importantly, he […]
New Class-Action Lawsuits Lurking: Tips for ADA Compliance on Websites, While Doing the Right Thing
12 Nov 2021
Interning from My Bedroom: Lessons Learned While Working Virtually
6 Oct 2021
Protecting Your Brand in an Age of Social Justice
31 Aug 2021
Public Companies Prosper in Pandemic
20 Jul 2021
Performance Rules, but Perception is Everything: How to Know What Investors Truly Think About Your Company
12 Jul 2021
SPACs: No Small Potatoes, and Still Growing Like an Idaho Spud
3 May 2021
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