Response: Live Tweeting Earnings Calls – The Megaphone Effect

Q4′s Darrell Heaps responds in this video to Broc’s video about the benefits of live tweeting earnings calls (and here’s Q4’s blog about this

Live Tweeting Earnings Calls: The Megaphone Effect

Learn how Zillow’s 43 live tweets during an earnings call led to a potential reach of 3 million (includes a shout-out to Q4’s Darrell

Shareholder Proposals: Evelyn Y. Davis (“Dougie” Version)

Evelyn Y. Davis is one of the most well-known shareholder proponents of our time. This is a better version of her profile than my

Cap’n Cashbags: The “Real” ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Cap’n Cashbags – a CEO – doesn’t try to avoid the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in this trailer for the full feature film (here’s

Shareholder Proposals: Evelyn Y. Davis

Evelyn Y. Davis is one of the most well-known shareholder proponents of our time

M&A: Bankruptcy-Proofing a License

In this video, Jeff Bell of Morrison & Foerster uses an IP portfolio as an example when explaining how to make that acquisition more

Cap’n Cashbags: ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Cap’n Cashbags – a CEO – trying to avoid the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (here’s his 2nd attempt – the “real” one).

Farewell James Garner! Long Live Jimmy Joe Meeker

My favorite character on the “Rockford Files” was Jim’s alter ego of “Jimmy Joe Meeker”

Regulation FD Training: Investment Manager Receives MNI

Thanks to Melissa Gleespen for this animated scenario of Larry King interviewing an investment manager who received material nonpublic information from a CEO

Sustainability: How Ceres’ Disclosure Search Tool Works

How the new search tool from Ceres for sustainability disclosures works

Director-Shareholder Engagement: Broadridge’s Rich Daly

In this 5-minute video, Broadridge’s Rich Daly muses on the use of technology for directors to directly engage with all shareholders

Cap’n Cashbags: Time to Grant Stock Options

Cap’n Cashbags – a CEO – hoping to get his mega-grant of stock options soon.

Thanks for the Gumball Mickey – Gunderson Dettmer, Redwood City

The fine lawyers at Gunderson Dettmer in Redwood City, CA pay homage to the old Hasbro TV commercial…

Two Monkeys Were Paid Unequally

What happens when you pay two monkeys unequally? Here’s an excerpt from the TED Talk with Frans de Waal that reveals this behavior:

The Entrepreneurial Greats

Professor Nancy Koehn analyzes the “Entrepreneurial Greats,” going way back in time…

Thanks for the Gumball Mickey – The Women’s 100 ’14, Washington DC

The attendees of “The Women’s 100 Conference” in Washington DC pay homage to the old Hasbro TV commercial…

Regulation FD Training: Using Animation

Thanks to Melissa Gleespen for this animated scenario of a pushy CFO and the prudent IRO who pushes back

Sights & Sounds: “Women’s 100 Conference ’14”

My favorite conference of all-time, although admittedly biased…

Thanks for the Gumball Mickey – Gibson Dunn, Washington DC

The fine lawyers at Gibson Dunn in Washington DC pay homage to the old Hasbro TV commercial…

Shareholder Proposals: Submission Deadline

How to determine when shareholder proposals are required to be timely submitted to companies ahead of a shareholder meeting: