Companies face earnings guidance dilemma

Companies providing earnings guidance face a range of potential problems.Consequently some, such as Coca-Cola, have given up altogether

The volatile markets of 2004 have left CFOs and sell-side analysts at opposite ends of a high-wire balancing act. When analysts push for more ‘acceptable’ earnings estimates, CFOs worry more about meeting the Street’s targets than taking care of business – so the estimates tail wags the equity dog. And ...

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The earnings call: When investor relations officers prove their worth

The earnings call is arguably the single most important point of contact between a public company and the market. A wrong word, phrase or poor explanation could cause your stock price to tumble. Enter the investor relations officer, the unsung hero of earnings calls.

Intelligize chief strategy officer, Phil Brown, explores the modern earnings call, identifies the sheer volume of information IROs must consider when preparing, and how to ensure you have all the information you need to prepare your executives for earnings calls.

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