January 2002

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: What increases corporate shareholder value?

Companies that ignore nonfinancial performance risk lower valuations, warns a study from Ernst & Young (E&Y). Energy industries take note: The greater the uncertainty and volatility in..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Companies that ignore nonfinancial performance risk lower valuations, warns a study from Ernst & Young (E&Y). Energy industries take note: The greater the uncertainty and volatility in a sector, the greater the significance of "intangibles" to investor decision-making. To explore and analyze the degree to which changes are reflected in the dialogue between electric and gas energy companies and the investor community, E&Y interviewed senior industry executives and sell / buy analysts on both sides of the Atlantic. The majority of respondents from both constituencies believe that nonfinancial performance constitu

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