Freightos fairytale earnings call. Are you sitting comfortably, children?
Zvi Schreiber’s first earnings call as CEO of a listed company was reminiscent of the ...
Listening to corporate conference calls is a penance most business journalists have to pay; the price, perhaps, of all those jolly foreign junkets and boozy outings with contacts.
Occasionally, though, they can be entertaining. Years ago, during a call with the CEO of a major steelmaker, one Chinese analyst asked a series of questions about global prices of coke, a high-carbon fuel essential to the steel-making process.
Trouble was, the analyst pronounced coke in a way that sounded a lot like the ...
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