The following is a sampling of recent client media coverage across a mix of investment , personal finance, general business and general news outlets…print, broadcast and digital media. Story formats include corporate profiles, management Q&As, expert commentary and thought-leadership/opinion pieces.
Terry Rooney was a featured speaker at this year’s Dow Jones Global Compliance Symposium, which took place April 2 and 3 in Washington, D.C. Terry was interviewed by Gabriella Stern of the Wall Street Journal in a program titled; The Media: What Compliance Officers Must Understand About Coverage of Corruption.
Ireland’s Minister of Social Protection Joan Burton was a guest of Rooney & Associates at the firm’s annual St. Patrick’s Day event. She shared her views on new opportunities for experienced workers in Ireland with Forbes Contributor Kerry Hannon.
Will Slabaugh, restaurant analyst at investment bank Stephens, quoted on casual-dining stocks on MSN Money.
Open Q weighs in on Mobile KOL Management: Maintaining and Expanding Relationships with KOLs and Medical Networks of Influence on this Podcast.
William Priest, chief executive officer at Epoch Holding Corp., discusses cash-flow analysis and the benefit of share repurchases by corporations. He talks with Tom Keene on Bloomberg Television’s “Surveillance Midday.”
Warren Stephens, Chairman, President & CEO of Stephens, on Deal Killers For Small Companies And Financial Firms.
Warren Stephens, Chairman, President & CEO of Stephens, on why Regulations are fighting past wars on Wall Street, ignoring real issues and damaging good companies and investors.
Consulting firms are critical to government and corporate America, but this one remains an undiscovered prize.
Billionaire Warren Stephens explains how his firm keeps an even keel.
Billionaire investor Warren Stephens talks to Forbes about why Stephens Inc. is focused on the middle market and how it competes with big banks on Wall Street.
Analysis: Slow, steady tops fast trading on Wall Street
In Bakken Oil Boom, Oil Hunters Diverge on Strategy
European Thriller: Seek equities that look like bonds.
5 Reasons Big Energy Companies Won’t Do Deals in 2012
Following the Money: Epoch Investment Partners Bill Priest and David Pearl beat equity benchmarks by focusing on companies that generate cash and make good use of it.
Most fund managers struggled with the volatile markets in 2011. Epoch’s Mainstay Global Equity Yield highlighted among 5 who won big. Here’s how they did it and what they like now.
Review & Preview Follow-Up — A Return Visit to Earlier Stories: Good Payday Coming for Rental Outfit’s Shareholders
Smart Buyout Deal By United Rentals Delivers Rich returns to RSC Holders.
Investors Bet on Even Higher Vulcan Materials Takeover
US regulatory requirements shine spotlight on data management.
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The Ultimate Hedge: Here’s how to play a new form of vulture investing through an old business: pawnbrokers.