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The Earnings Call: When Investor Relations Officers Prove Their Worth

Spotify Tests SEC Patience with Dual-Class Shares for Stock Offering

The Earnings Call is arguably the single most important point of contact between a public company and the market. A wrong word, phrase or poor explanation could cause your stock price to tumble.  Enter the Investor Relations Officer, the unsung hero of earnings calls.

Intelligize Chief Strategy Officer, Phil Brown, explores the modern earnings call and identifies the sheer volume of information IROs must consider when preparing.

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