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Investor Relations: The Art and Philosophy of Effective Corporate Communications By Thomas J. Lauria
eBook (PDF): $19.95
The primary objective of this handbook is to create a comprehensive knowledge base on the broad and sometimes misunderstood topic of investor relations, the center of most corporate communications... More > programs. The approach taken was to first develop a thorough understanding of Wall Street itself. Having been a Fortune 25 Investor Relations Director as well as a Sr. Equity Analyst and Equity Research Director, the perception of what is needed by the financial community is quite different than what many investor relations officers believe. Driving a “hyperactive” Investor Relations program is the ultimate aim of this text. The author believes that the insight provided herein will enable new IROs to best understand their new profession and enable existing practitioners to add additional elements to their marketing programs that will enhance shareholder understanding and value. The author's website can be viewed at www.tomlauria.com.< Less
The Fall of Telecom: A Wall Street Analyst's True Story of The Telecom Industry By Thomas J. Lauria
eBook (PDF): $12.95
Here is an insider's account of the telecom industry and the true story of a telecom industry executive turned Wall Street analyst, just as the stock market bubble was beginning to burst. Thomas J.... More > Lauria was a Wall Street analyst covering the white-hot telecom sector during the stock market bubble of 2000. 'The Fall of Telecom' revisits the telecom industry's historic and humble beginnings as part of the monopolistic Bell System and brings us into the life of a telecom industry executive turned Wall Street analyst, just as investor euphoria with technology stocks was starting to unravel. He shares many personal reflections on his time in industry and on the Street. This book will appeal to investors, business executives, former industry employees, and students of business history and the global telecom industry. It ends with a summary of valuable lessons and a Q&A discussion with the author.< Less
The Fall of Telecom: A Wall Street Analyst's True Story of The Telecom Industry By Thomas J. Lauria
eBook (PDF): $12.95
Here is an insider's account of the telecom industry and the true story of a telecom industry executive turned Wall Street analyst, just as the stock market bubble was beginning to burst. Thomas J.... More > Lauria was a Wall Street analyst covering the white-hot telecom sector during the stock market bubble of 2000. 'The Fall of Telecom' revisits the telecom industry's historic and humble beginnings as part of the monopolistic Bell System and brings us into the life of a telecom industry executive turned Wall Street analyst, just as investor euphoria with technology stocks was starting to unravel. He shares many personal reflections on his time in industry and on the Street. This book will appeal to investors, business executives, former industry employees, and students of business history and the global telecom industry. It ends with a summary of valuable lessons and a Q&A discussion with the author.< Less
Investor Relations: The Art and Philosophy of Effective Corporate Communications By Thomas J. Lauria
eBook (PDF): $19.95
The primary objective of this handbook is to create a comprehensive knowledge base on the broad and sometimes misunderstood topic of investor relations, the center of most corporate communications... More > programs. The approach taken was to first develop a thorough understanding of Wall Street itself. Having been a Fortune 25 Investor Relations Director as well as a Sr. Equity Analyst and Equity Research Director, the perception of what is needed by the financial community is quite different than what many investor relations officers believe. Driving a “hyperactive” Investor Relations program is the ultimate aim of this text. The author believes that the insight provided herein will enable new IROs to best understand their new profession and enable existing practitioners to add additional elements to their marketing programs that will enhance shareholder understanding and value. The author's website can be viewed at www.tomlauria.com.< Less
Investor Relations: The Art and Philosophy of Effective Corporate Communications By Thomas J. Lauria
Paperback: $19.95
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The primary objective of this handbook is to create a comprehensive knowledge base on the broad and sometimes misunderstood topic of investor relations, the center of most corporate communications... More > programs. The approach taken was to first develop a thorough understanding of Wall Street itself. Having been a Fortune 25 Investor Relations Director as well as a Sr. Equity Analyst and Equity Research Director, the perception of what is needed by the financial community is quite different than what many investor relations officers believe. Driving a “hyperactive” Investor Relations program is the ultimate aim of this text. The author believes that the insight provided herein will enable new IROs to best understand their new profession and enable existing practitioners to add additional elements to their marketing programs that will enhance shareholder understanding and value. The author's website can be viewed at www.tomlauria.com.< Less
Investor Relations: The Art and Philosophy of Effective Corporate Communications By Thomas J. Lauria
Hardcover: $34.95
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The primary objective of this handbook is to create a comprehensive knowledge base on the broad and sometimes misunderstood topic of investor relations, the center of most corporate communications... More > programs. The approach taken was to first develop a thorough understanding of Wall Street itself. Having been a Fortune 25 Investor Relations Director as well as a Sr. Equity Analyst and Equity Research Director, the perception of what is needed by the financial community is quite different than what many investor relations officers believe. Driving a “hyperactive” Investor Relations program is the ultimate aim of this text. The author believes that the insight provided herein will enable new IROs to best understand their new profession and enable existing practitioners to add additional elements to their marketing programs that will enhance shareholder understanding and value. The author's website can be viewed at www.tomlauria.com.< Less
The Fall of Telecom: A Wall Street Analyst's True Story of The Telecom Industry By Thomas J. Lauria
Hardcover: $46.95
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Here is an insider's account of the telecom industry and the true story of a telecom industry executive turned Wall Street analyst, just as the stock market bubble was beginning to burst. Thomas J.... More > Lauria was a Wall Street analyst covering the white-hot telecom sector during the stock market bubble of 2000. 'The Fall of Telecom' revisits the telecom industry's historic and humble beginnings as part of the monopolistic Bell System and brings us into the life of a telecom industry executive turned Wall Street analyst, just as investor euphoria with technology stocks was starting to unravel. He shares many personal reflections on his time in industry and on the Street. This book will appeal to investors, business executives, former industry employees, and students of business history and the global telecom industry. It ends with a summary of valuable lessons and a Q&A discussion with the author.< Less
The Fall of Telecom: A Wall Street Analyst's True Story of The Telecom Industry By Thomas J. Lauria
Paperback: $29.95
Prints in 3-5 business days
Here is an insider's account of the telecom industry and the true story of a telecom industry executive turned Wall Street analyst, just as the stock market bubble was beginning to burst. Thomas J.... More > Lauria was a Wall Street analyst covering the white-hot telecom sector during the stock market bubble of 2000. 'The Fall of Telecom' revisits the telecom industry's historic and humble beginnings as part of the monopolistic Bell System and brings us into the life of a telecom industry executive turned Wall Street analyst, just as investor euphoria with technology stocks was starting to unravel. He shares many personal reflections on his time in industry and on the Street. This book will appeal to investors, business executives, former industry employees, and students of business history and the global telecom industry. It ends with a summary of valuable lessons and a Q&A discussion with the author.< Less