Third Creek Advisors Announces the Launch of StreetCheck, October 8, 2013
Adam J. Epstein of Third Creek Advisors to Speak at NACD Director Professionalism, August 16, 2013
Adam J. Epstein of Third Creek Advisors to Speak at the National Conference of the Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals, July 10, 2013
Adam J. Epstein of Third Creek Advisors to Speak at NACD Director Professionalism, June 4, 2013
“The Perfect Corporate Board” Book Authored by Third Creek Advisors’ Founder Adam J. Epstein and Published by McGraw Hill is Now Available, December 11, 2012
Adam J. Epstein Becomes a Prestigious NACD Fellow, December 4, 2012
“Governance Dysfunction and Small-Cap Companies,” Directorship, Jeff Cunningham, November 27, 2013
“Twitter vs. Wix: A tale of two IPOs,” The Times of Israel, David Shamah, November 13, 2013
“Advice for Startups Dreaming of an IPO,” Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Karen E. Klein, October 22, 2013
“The Two-Company CEO, Exotic but Not Extinct,” Agenda, Marc Hogan, October 14, 2013
“Firms Set Curbs on Trading,” The Wall Street Journal, Susan Pulliam and Rob Barry, July 29, 2013
“Adam Epstein and Tim Keating Discuss IPOs and JOBS Act,” MicroCapClub Radio, June 5, 2013
“Howrey’s Bankruptcy and Big Law Firms’ Small Future,” Bloomberg Businessweek, Paul M. Barrett, May 2, 2013
“Directors Take Shelter in Trading Plans,” The Wall Street Journal, Susan Pulliam and Rob Barry, April 25, 2013
“Book Review: The Perfect Corporate Board by Adam J. Epstein,” The Director’s Dilemma, Julie Garland McLellan, March 31, 2013
“What Directors of Small-Caps Need to Know: A Conversation With Third Creek Advisors’ Adam Epstein,” DealFlow Media, Dan Lonkevich, March 27, 2013
“Addressing the Unique Challenges of Small-Cap Corporate Governance,” Growth Capitalist, Brett Goetschius, March 15, 2013
“What the Board Wants to Know From Compliance,” Compliance Week, Joe Mont, March 12, 2013 (subscription only)
“One Size Corporate Governance Does Not Fit All,” ProfessorBainbridge.com, March 12, 2013
“MicroCapClub Interview with Adam Epstein Author of The Perfect Corporate Board,” MicroCapClub, February 22, 2013
“Book Review: The Perfect Corporate Board by Adam Epstein,” MicroCapClub, Ian Cassel, February 16, 2013
“Corporate Board Member and NYSE Euronext to Host Annual Risk Oversight Conference,” NYSE Euronext, February 11, 2013
“Practical Advice for the Perfect (Small-Cap) Corporate Board,” Board Performance Specialists, Karen Kane, February 11, 2013
“Advice for Pulling Off a Successful IPO,” Forbes, Tom Taulli, January 30, 2013
“Financing Small-Cap Companies: A Director’s Guide,” Corporate Governance, James McRitchie, January 28, 2013
“Firms Pushed to Step Up Oversight of Executive Trading,” The Wall Street Journal, Susan Pulliam and Rob Barry, January 23, 2013
“Adam J. Epstein (’90) publishes The Perfect Corporate Board: A Handbook for Mastering the Unique Challenges of Small-Cap Companies, McGraw-Hill,” Boston University School of Law, January 17, 2013
“Five Ways Boards Can Help Small-Cap Financings,” Boardroom INSIDER, Ralph Ward, January 8, 2013
“New Book Offers Guidance for Small-Cap Boards,” Agenda, Marc Hogan, January 7, 2013 (subscription only)
“Does the perfect corporate board exist? Here is your answer,” Reboot Partners, Dean DeBiase, January 7, 2013
“A Handbook for Small-Cap Corporate Boards,” Bloomberg Businessweek, Paul Barrett, December 28, 2012
“Third Creek’s Adam Epstein Publishes Book on How to Be a Director of a Small Company,” The DealFlow Report, December 17, 2012
“The Perfect Corporate Board: New Book Offers Help for the Director of a Small-Cap Company,” Commpro, Gene Marbach, November 27, 2012
A Small-Cap Conundrum: Purchasing Legal Services Without In-House Counsel, Directorship, Nov/Dec 2013
Directors should consider the following insights into common circumstances involving legal services.
A Conversation with IPO Icon Lise Buyer, Directorship, Sept/Oct 2013
Shareholder Activism Creates Unique Challenges for Smaller Companies, Directorship, July/Aug 2013
Small public companies must consider additional factors when dealing with activist investors.
10 Lessons Learned from Interviewing Hundreds of Micro-Cap CEOs, MicroCapClub, June 17, 2013
Audit Firm Selection: Think Like an Institutional Investor, Directorship, May/June 2013
With so many choices, how can the audit committees of small public companies efficiently weigh their options? One way to simplify the process is to think like an institutional investor.
Are Venture-Backed Companies Keeping Pace, Directorship, March/April 2013
The average venture-backed IPO company needs to build a solid board pre-IPO, with newly public companies facing more serious challenges than ever before and very little room for error as fewer companies go public.
The Broken Small-Cap Market Undermines the Recovery, Bloomberg Businessweek, March 11, 2013
Trading Volume: The Unsung Enterprise Risk of Small-Cap Companies, Directorship, Jan/Feb 2013
The more trading volume a small-cap stock has, the easier it is to attract investors.
Communicating with the Street: Addressing Small-Cap Challenges, Directorship, Nov/Dec 2012
Many small-cap companies struggle to effectively communicate with the Street.
Noteworthy Legal Issues for Pre-IPO and Small-Cap Directors, Directorship, May/June 2012
The legal implications of current events for directors of pre-IPO and small-cap companies.
The Constraints of Thin-Cap Company Boards, Directorship, March/April 2012
The role of the board is different for small-cap companies, where the line separating governance from management issues isn’t so bright.
ERM: The Elephant in the Room, Directorship (online), July 20, 2011
Boards are destined to underperform if they don’t understand the risks they are asked to monitor.
Risk Mitigation on a Budget, Directorship (online), May 2, 2011
Directors have multiple opportunities for risk management education, from formal classes to casual networking.
Social Media and Compliance, Directorship (online), January 24, 2011
Companies must be cautious that the information disseminated by employees on both company and personal social media pages complies with federal securities laws.