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May 31, 1995

The US: Home of IR

What is it that differentiates Street-wise small-caps from the naive, the corporate grown-ups from the children?

Why do some smaller cap companies succeed in attracting and maintaining the positive attention of the investment community, where others find themselves prey to its worst vicissitudes? Often the answer is simply that the former represent good, consistent investment prospects, while the latter offer repeated disappointment to investors who quickly become disillusioned with their managements. But the reasons are not always so obvious. Some smaller company managements get on the wrong side of

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Janet Dignan

Janet Dignan is a graduate of Otago University in New Zealand, where she read philosophy. From 1979 to1982 she was head of information at Linklaters, with responsibility for internal and external information resources for its offices in London, Hong...
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