Professor Baruch Lev is quoted in a story examining the growing number of companies suspending earnings guidance during the coronavirus outbreak
— April 6, 2020
Excerpt from Marketplace -- "In normal times, it’s a bad look when companies clam up, according to Baruch Lev, professor of accounting and finance at NYU. 'When you stop guidance, the stock price is hit because it increases significantly [the] suspicion of investors. ‘Why did you stop? What’s the reason?’ ' he said."