"Exploring the New World of Web Disclosure"

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

2:00 - 2:45 pm, eastern [archive and transcript to follow]

Course Materials - Nasdaq

Even though Google has received a lot of press with its recent announcement about leveraging its IR web page, a number of other companies have been evolving in their use of the Web and social media as well. And with the recent announcements from Thomson Reuters and Nasdaq OMX to offer "web disclosure" platforms for their numerous IR web page clients, this trend to rely less on traditional methods of communicating with investors is sure to accelerate. Join these experts:

  • Bill Haney, Global Head of Investor Relations - Corporate Services, Thomson Reuters
  • Dominic Jones, Editor, IR Web Report
  • Mike Marron, Senior Corporate Counsel, Expedia
  • Demo Skalkotos, Senior Vice President - Global Corporate Solutions, Nasdaq OMX

Among other topics, this program will cover:

  • How does a "web disclosure" model work? How does it differ from traditional communication methods?
  • What are examples of companies using a web disclosure model?
  • What compliance issues should companies be aware as they move towards a web disclosure model?
  • What are the lessons learned from those that have pioneered the use of web disclosure, social media and other online IR techniques?

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