Big Business as Political Props: Operate Cautiously in this Pandemic-Shaped Election Year
Businesses are operating in an unprecedented time, with a public health crisis triggering an economic shock that has led to enormous federal support for the private sector. Companies trying to navigate this new reality face an additional complexity: a presidential and congressional election year.
Time to get back to the Workplace. What does that mean?
Here is our view on how CEOs and Boards can best approach returning employees to work in a way that can drive stakeholder support, minimize disruption and limit undue outside attention.
What’s on the Other Side? Restructuring Communications During a Global Health Crisis
Companies in distress shouldn’t shy away from communications. Here are the principles that should guide communications for a company pursuing a financial restructuring.
Considerations for Upcoming Energy Company Earnings Announcements
In the face of unpredictable and in some cases irrational pricing metrics, companies must navigate through the noise and clearly articulate the current execution and future prospects of their companies.
Getting the Band Together, When They’re Apart: Making Virtual Earnings Calls Work
In these uncertain times, it is more critical than ever for company management to speak to investors with crisp, transparent messaging. Corporate executives can take advantage of technology, planning and practice to make their earnings calls run smoothly.