Nothing like a cold shoulder to melt the ice. Jonathan Berr of thestreet.com reports that, now that Wall Street has collectively flipped Google the bird, the company has developed an interest in what investors think. Specifically, Berr says, the company has hired an IR firm to survey analysts about what they want to hear about at the upcoming Analyst Day (click fraud and pricing, said one).
Whether Google will actually tell Wall Street anything, of course, remains to be seen, but the new attitude suggests that, at the very least, the company won’t insult its investors by once again wheeling out the Chief Chef. Funny how a good swift kick in the market-cap will bring even the most committed we-don’t-care-about-Wall Streeters back to the table.