Since 1984, Wall-Street.com,through its predecessor company, performed an exclusive IR service for a very select and limited group of some of the largest and best-known companies on Wall Street through our “Fastest-Growing Companies”, “Shareholder Friendly Companies” and “Exceptional Companies” investor relations programs. Wall-Street.com IR Programs have been so well received by IR and Wall Street professionals that most Programs became “oversubscribed” shortly after becoming available. Some of Wall-Street.com’s best-know larger alumni include Amgen, Applied Materials, Biogen, BMC Software, Cooper Companies, Genentech, General Dynamics, Medtronic, Motorola, Raymond James Financial and Rent-A-Center.
Ten years later, in 1994, Wall-Street.com’s predecessor established one of the very first financial websites on the Internet and has operated continually since then under the service-marked name, Wall-Street.com. During this time, it dramatically increased its coverage of microcap companies. Wall-Street.com found this area of the marketplace to be grossly under covered and presented a few outstanding investment opportunities that could be identified if time, intelligence and resources were spent to identify the approximately 15% it the microcap stocks that stand an excellent chance of not only surviving but thriving and becoming successful. We found that quite a few of the microcap companies that Wall-Street.com ranked in the top 15% for their outlook went on to become industry and market leaders, amply rewarding investors willing to assume above average risk with exceptional returns. Investors started showing so much attention to Wall-Street.com’s list of small companies with exceptional potential that the firm started a sister site at www.MicrocapLeaders.com to profile these companies.
Wall-Street Media Co. acquired Wall-Street.com in October of 2011, and has completely redesigned the website to deliver the premier financial center for information. This acquisition took a further step to recognizing exceptional microcap companies and adding a vast wealth of information in all areas of the financial industry including microcap stocks, global economy and world markets, currency and precious metals, research, charts and graphs, licensing and education for financial services representatives, conferences and expos, and more. This has been done by bringing in new capital and Internet/social networking experts into the firm to expand its capabilities significantly.
Jerrold D. Burden, President
Mr. Jerrold Burden is the founder of Wall-Street Media Co. and has been in the financial industry as a venture capitalist since the mid-1980’s funding and developing first stage companies, and assembling the initial team of experts required launching the companies. He has successfully completed reverse-mergers and acquisitions of numerous companies.
Mr. Burden has been the founder and President of numerous public companies since 1999. He has recently completed the successful merger of QuamTel Communications (QUMI) and is currently the President of Wall Street Media Co, Inc. (WSCO),a publicly traded company on the OTCBB, of which he founded and has taken public and is an operating, reporting and trading e-commerce company.
Mr. Burden has been involved in fundraising efforts for public and private companies, as well as selected charities. He has been actively involved in community projects and served as a Director of the Douglas County Economic Development Council. Mr. Burden studied in economics and business while he attended Western State College in Colorado. He is a veteran of the armed services and honorably discharged in 1974.
Ronald Teblum, Chief Technology Officer
Ronald Teblum brings years of experience to Wall-Street.com as a technologist with a strong background in marketing since 1980. Most recently, Mr. Teblum led the development of Wall Street Media Co, Inc. (WSCO) since April 2009, and will lead the technology development of Wall-Street.com.
Mr. Teblum served as President of Mars Research since 1985. Mars Research specializes in both quantitative and qualitative research, providing marketing and research services to a large array of businesses in a broad range of industries ranging from small start-up organizations to Fortune 100 companies. Among these, include internationally known companies such as Burger King, and statewide companies such as the Florida Tourism Board. Most recently, the company has worked with Burger King Corporation to develop an innovative taste-test research facility in South Florida.
Mr. Teblum is the Chief Architect behind Mars Research’s interactive touch screen and online recruiting survey software used to automate the process for taste test respondents for Burger King. He was a consultant setting up a 50-seat call center for National Opinion Research Services, and developed IVR applications for touch-tone response in 1980 for market research use. Mr. Teblum has devoted a substantial amount of time and resources to the development of My Catalogs Online, which is also located within the marquee building of Mars Research and Marketing. Mr. Teblum graduated Rutgers University in 1981 with a degree in Accounting.
Alan Handly, VP, Investor Relations and Corporate Development
Alan Handly, founder of Wall-Street.com and its predecessor, serves as a general consultant to Wall-Street Media Co. and Vice President, Investor Relations and Corporate Development. Mr. Handly received a Bachelor’s in Business with major in accounting from the University of Kansas and graduated in the top 2% of his class. After graduation, he worked as an auditor for a major CPA firm. He accumulated 15 years of sales management experience with NYSE investment banking firms. Subsequently, Mr. Handly spent six years as a director of investor relations for public companies on the NYSE and NASDAQ. During this time, he won several awards for annual reports. Mr. Handly also created investor presentations for the companies he represented and presented them in all major U. S. financial centers as well as the U.K. and France.