CEOs Who Attend Investor Conferences See Lower Operating PerformanceMark Melin
Are executives who travel to exotic investor conferences where they can rub shoulders with financial analysts and investors wasting time and corporate resources? A new study says that while it might improve stock liquidity, operating performance can suffer. Researchers Paul Brockman, Musa Subasi, Cihan Uzmanoglu note in a study the positive impact that CEOs paying attention to investors pays off under certain circumstances and with specific company types, and that information democracy can lead to higher valuations.
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