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When Small Companies Dabble in Disinformation

By Saif Ullah | Robin Cosgrove Prize for Ethics in Finance | Fall 2007

© 2007 Finance & the Common Good / Bien Commun

The advent of the Internet has made the generation of information inexpensive and its distribution instantaneous. This fact has not been lost on managers: managers of new and small firms spend a lot of time and effort reaching out to the investing public. Using agencies that specialize in investor relations might reduce the cost of these activities and might enhance their effectiveness.

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