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BW's Corporate Disclosure Survey of the S&P 500 (.xls)


In October, the Securities & Exchange Commission will put in place new regulations to make equal disclosure of important information to investors, Wall Street analysts, and the media. With help from market research firm Angus Reid Group Inc., Business Week surveyed the Standard & Poor's 500 companies about their disclosure practices, particularly their use of the Internet. Of the 488 contacted, 458 companies completed the survey. The other 30, including Compaq Computer Corp. and Anheuser-Busch Cos., won't make public what their disclosure practices are.

Check out our company-by-company list, presented as a free downloadable spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel format.

BW's Corporate Disclosure Survey of the S&P 500 (.xls)




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Full Disclosure for All

CHART: Does Your Company Webcast Conference Calls?

CHART: Do You Webcast Live or on a Delayed Basis?

CHART: Do You Hold Conference Calls to Discuss Quarterly Earnings?

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