Topic: Corporate Communications

New SDX Protocol Provides a Framework for Investors And Public Companies To Work Together

Friends, shareholders, directors, lend me your ears … Thanks to the Shareholder-Director Exchange, “a working group of leading independent directors and representatives from some of the largest and most influential long-term institutional investors,” public company boards and corporate shareholders now have a framework for working together to achieve their common – and individual – objectives.… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Counterfeit Electronic Parts, Japanese Automobile Duties, Board Member Misconduct, Employer Patent Rights

Taking the A Train into the office? Take the JD Supra Corporate Brief with you: How to lead a corporation in crisis? Go light on the consensus building and democratic decision-making… (Bloomberg Law) Is your anti-corruption compliance program as good as Ralph Lauren’s? (Polsinelli) Counterfeit electronic parts in the supply chain are a problem for… Read more »

SEC Permits Corporate Communications Via Twitter, Facebook, Other Social Media

“The SEC’s release confirms that companies are permitted to announce material news through social media, provided investors know when and where to expect it.” (Orrick) The Securities and Exchange Commission has decided to let corporate communications move into the 21st Century.  Backing off from an earlier position that Netflix CEO Reed Hastings violated Regulation FD… Read more »