Transparency Isn’t Enough

Every public company could be considered transparent. Because of Sarbanes-Oxley and other regulations, they’re required to disclose information about revenues, profits, forecasts, performance, holdings, capitalization, and executive compensation. Edgar, the Securities Exchange Commission’s...

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Get the First 100 Days Right

To: Our new CEO From: Corporate Communications RE: Your first 100 days Congratulations. Everyone is excited to have you on board. You didn’t ask for this advice, but we pride ourselves on being...

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List of CEO Blogs

We had a hard time finding a current list of CEOs who blog, so we made our own. The list includes other c-suite executives, e.g. GM’s Fast Lane blog that is now maintained...

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CEO Twitter List

Atkinson Public Relations compiled and regularly updates this list of top executives using Twitter to communicate with important audiences.   CEO/President Company Twitter Handle Biz Stone Twitter co-founder @biz Richard Rosenblatt Demand Media...

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How News Decisions Are Made

Maybe it shouldn’t be surprising as public relations, marketing, and advertising continue to converge, but newspapers still get a lot of calls from people who don’t understand the difference between placing an ad...

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Tell-tale Signs of CEO Lies

Stanford University researchers picked up clues about whether the CEO was being candid during the question and answer portion of earnings calls for their study, “Detecting Deceptive Discussions in Conference Calls.” The Tells...

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