The inquisitor: No bombshell conveniently buried bad news from banks

There is no good time to put out bad news. But it appears that certain times maybe slightly better than others.

21st June, 2008

There is no good time to put out bad news. But it appears that certain times maybe slightly better than others.

Take Friday June 13 for example. It was the day after the Lisbon Referendum. The count was in full swing and RTE News reported on its 10am bulletin that initial tallies suggested the Treaty was sunk and a No vote looked like winning the day. The fact that it was going to be a...

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