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Workers who choose to be fully remote will face limited career progression, an anonymous source told The Register. AdvertisementThese tactics are more commonly known as "quiet firing" or "quiet cutting ," — a workplace trend that has taken off after the end of the zero interest rate era. It's a subtle move by bosses to make a role less appealing, motivating workers to quit rather than forcing them out through layoffs. A lot of companies sell the rhetoric of "we are family" to employees, and public layoffs cut against that perception, Hardy said. AdvertisementUltimately, quiet firing and quiet cutting help employers maintain greater control over the narrative and how they're perceived publicly, Schawbel added.
Persons: they're, Meta, Ben Hardy, Hardy, it'll, Dan Schawbel, Schawbel, they've, it's Organizations: Google, Business, Technology, Dell, Workers, Amazon, London Business School, Workplace Intelligence
Wall Street returned to its winning ways this week — and Nvidia 's blowout earnings report Wednesday night was a big reason why. Twenty-six of our 32 portfolio stocks have delivered their results this earnings season (we didn't own Abbott Labs at the time of its report). It was a muted week for macroeconomic data, but we did get a slightly better-than-expected January existing home sales report on Thursday. In the week ahead, two more Club names are set to report earnings before a market-moving economic update arrives Thursday morning. The two other reports of note are the January new home sales report on Monday and ISM Manufacturing report on Friday.
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Read previewNew Bumble CEO Lidiane Jones has hired at least three high-level employees from Slack, where she had been chief executive for about a year until joining the dating app company in January. chief product officer Ali Rayl, chief people officer David Ard, and vice president of global communications Gabrielle Ferree. Rayl, who until recently served as Slack's senior vice president of product, had been at the workplace messaging app for over 11 years. Ard had served as its senior vice president of employee success, while Ferree was its senior communications director. AdvertisementJones, then an executive vice president at Slack parent Salesforce, replaced Butterfield as CEO of Slack in January 2023.
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In the final week of February, Wall Street will strive to maintain its AI-fueled rally even as economic concerns linger and the Federal Reserve's favorite inflation measure is on deck. But many worry the writing is on the wall for these market leaders as economic and inflation risks linger. The 'lone cloud' of inflation The Fed's preferred inflation gauge will also be released in the week ahead. Investors are concerned that sticky inflation will mean that the Fed will hold onto its higher-for-longer interest rate policy. Next week will also be the final week of February, with stocks headed for another strong month of gains.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Patrick McDonough, Europe's, PGIM's McDonough, McDonough, Charlie Ashley, Dhaval Joshi, Joshi, Ashley, John Williams, TJX Cos Organizations: Dow Jones Industrial, Nasdaq, Nvidia, Japan's Nikkei, Catalyst Funds, BCA Research, CPI, PPI, Dow, New, Dallas Fed, Fidelity National Information Services, Richmond Fed, eBay, Enterprise, Cruise Line Holdings, New York Federal Reserve Bank, York, Monster Beverage, Paramount Global, PCE Deflator, Chicago PMI, . Kansas City Fed Manufacturing, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Autodesk, Body, Hormel, PMI, Manufacturing Locations: U.S, Lowe's, Chicago, . Kansas, Michigan
AI is having a '1995 moment'
  + stars: | 2024-02-23 | by ( Aaron Mok | ) www.businessinsider.com   time to read: +3 min
Read previewArtificial intelligence is having a 90s-like boom — and one analyst says Nvidia is leading the charge. "This is a 1995 Moment as now the AI Revolution and $1 trillion of incremental spending over the next decade is hitting the software ecosystem and rest of tech sector," Dan Ives, a tech analyst at Wedbush Securities, wrote in a recent analyst note. "The AI Revolution starts with Nvidia and in our view, the AI party and popcorn is just getting started," Ives said. "We started the AI journey with the hyperscale cloud providers and consumer internet companies," Huang said. "We're really just getting started," Huang said.
Persons: , Dan Ives, Ives, Nvidia didn't, Jensen Huang —, Nvidia who's, Huang Organizations: Service, Nvidia, Wedbush Securities, Business, Adobe, Oracle
Every weekday, the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer releases the Homestretch — an actionable afternoon update, just in time for the last hour of trading on Wall Street. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. THE ABOVE INVESTING CLUB INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND PRIVACY POLICY , TOGETHER WITH OUR DISCLAIMER . NO FIDUCIARY OBLIGATION OR DUTY EXISTS, OR IS CREATED, BY VIRTUE OF YOUR RECEIPT OF ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH THE INVESTING CLUB. Every weekday, the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer releases the Homestretch — an actionable afternoon update, just in time for the last hour of trading on Wall Street.
Persons: Jim Cramer, Ford, Jim, Train's Nelson Peltz, Stanley Black, Decker, Lauder, We'll, Tom Jorden, Jim Cramer's Organizations: CNBC, Warner Bros, Discovery, Disney, Costco, Club, Coterra Energy, TJX Companies, Animal Health, Paramount Global, Jim Cramer's Charitable Locations: China, Snowflake
CNBC's Jim Cramer on Friday guided investors through next week's market action, advising them to pay attention to earnings reports from companies including Salesforce, Snowflake and Domino's. "I don't know if the rosy hue from Nvidia has staying power for next week," Cramer said. On Monday, Domino's Pizza reports earnings, and Cramer said he thinks the chain's earnings will be positive and "the king of pizza" can reclaim its title. He added that he thinks cybersecurity company Zscaler's earnings won't disappoint. And on Friday, Cramer will be watching earnings from RadNet , a radiology company.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, Cramer, He'll, he's Organizations: Nvidia, Cruise Line, Royal, Federal Locations: Snowflake, Royal Caribbean
In the Nvidia halo, Jim Cramer likes ServiceNow , and of the semiconductor capital equipment makers he says Lam Research is the best. Looking to pick up PANW: Jim Cramer says the Palo Alto Networks sell-off is still overdone by about 25 points. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. THE ABOVE INVESTING CLUB INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND PRIVACY POLICY , TOGETHER WITH OUR DISCLAIMER . NO FIDUCIARY OBLIGATION OR DUTY EXISTS, OR IS CREATED, BY VIRTUE OF YOUR RECEIPT OF ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH THE INVESTING CLUB.
Persons: Jim Cramer, Eaton, ServiceNow, Lam, Ed Breen's, Cramer, Breen, Jim Cramer's, Jim, David Paul Morris Organizations: CNBC, Nvidia, Nasdaq, Broadcom, Microsoft, Lam Research, Palo Alto Networks, DuPont, Barclays Industrials, Coterra Energy, Intuit, Warner Bros Discovery, Jim Cramer's Charitable, Bloomberg, Getty Locations: We're, DuPont, Santa Clara , California
Want an Insta-Worthy Wedding? Brand Your Love Story.
  + stars: | 2024-02-22 | by ( Rachel Simon | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +1 min
It was all part of Ms. Bonnice and Mr. Flores’s vision for their nuptials. “I wanted guests to feel like they were being invited to our event, for me and my husband, with our brand showing who we are,” said Ms. Bonnice, a 30-year-old engineer at Salesforce. Like Ms. Bonnice and her husband, many couples are choosing to have so-called branded weddings, in which numerous elements are customized with a couple’s logo, illustration or other personal touch. They can range from small details, such as monogrammed place settings, to larger, more elaborate endeavors, like light fixtures that beam bespoke designs onto the dance floor. According to a recent survey by The Knot of nearly 10,000 couples, 63 percent felt that personalization was the most important part of their planning process.
Persons: Michelle Bonnice, Colton Flores’s, Bonnice, , Locations: Austin , Texas
Cramer's Lighting Round: Vertiv is a buy
  + stars: | 2024-02-22 | by ( Julie Coleman | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +1 min
Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon GlobalFoundries' year-to-date stock performance. Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon Danaher's year-to-date stock performance. Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon Workday's year-to-date stock performance. Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon Vertiv's year-to-date stock performance. Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon Arm's year-to-date stock performance.
Persons: GlobalFoundries, You've, They've, Rene Haas, Jim Cramer's Organizations: Cal, Maine Foods, Maine Locations: Taiwan
Last May, Anthropic, one of the world’s hottest artificial intelligence start-ups, raised $450 million from investors including Google and Salesforce. By August, Anthropic had landed $100 million from two Asian telecoms. Then Amazon committed $4 billion to it, followed by $2 billion more from Google. This month, the venture capital firm Menlo Ventures closed a deal to invest $750 million in Anthropic. Its five funding deals stood out not just for their speed and size, but for their unusual structures.
Persons: Anthropic Organizations: Google, Menlo Ventures Locations: Anthropic
Sectors leading: Consumer staples were outperforming, led by Dow stock Walmart 's 3.5% gain. Jim Cramer said, "Walmart has tried to keep prices down, but Costco is lowering across the board. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. THE ABOVE INVESTING CLUB INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND PRIVACY POLICY , TOGETHER WITH OUR DISCLAIMER . NO FIDUCIARY OBLIGATION OR DUTY EXISTS, OR IS CREATED, BY VIRTUE OF YOUR RECEIPT OF ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH THE INVESTING CLUB.
Persons: Jim Cramer, Jim, Jensen Huang, Eaton, Bausch, Jim Cramer's Organizations: CNBC, Dow, Walmart, Costco, Semiconductor, Computer, Nvidia, Caterpillar, Palo Alto Networks, Realty, Bausch Health Companies, Jim Cramer's Charitable Locations: We're, homebuilding, BLCO
Amazon will replace Walgreens Boots Alliance in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, according to a Tuesday announcement from S&P Dow Jones Indices, which manages the price-weighted measurement of 30 stocks. Amazon shares moved up 1% in extended trading, and Walgreens stock moved 3% lower. "Reflecting the evolving nature of the American economy, this change will increase consumer retail exposure as well as other business areas in the DJIA," S&P Dow Jones Indices said in a statement. Amazon's arrival in the Dow Jones comes three years after business software maker Salesforce joined, along with Amgen and Honeywell International. In the most recent quarter Walgreens narrowed its losses to $278 million from $3.8 billion in the year-ago quarter, excluding non-controlling interests.
Persons: Dow, it's, Andy Jassy, Jeff Bezos, Dow Jones, Salesforce, Amazon's Organizations: Walgreens, Alliance, Dow Jones, Dow Jones Indices, Walmart, Amazon, Microsoft, Honeywell International, Dow, GE
Palo Alto Networks has been at the forefront of this trend because it's the best-of-breed in 21 categories. PANW 1Y mountain Palo Alto Networks 1 year However, we're not going to try to go in and out of Palo Alto. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. Jim waits 45 minutes after sending a trade alert before buying or selling a stock in his charitable trust's portfolio. Nikesh Arora, Palo Alto Networks Adam Galica | CNBC
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Hedge funds appeared to take profits in a host of winning " Magnificent Seven " stocks during the fourth quarter at the end of a blowout year for the septet. Still, Nvidia shares rallied 14% in the fourth quarter, extending a 3% gain in the September quarter. Nor was Nvidia the only semiconductor maker that hedge funds cut back on in the fourth quarter. Reducing exposure to the rest of Magnificent Seven Hedge funds also took profits in a handful of other popular Magnificent Seven stocks that helped power 2023's AI-fueled market rally. Beyond the most prominent companies, hedge funds also made key reductions in other popular technology and semiconductor bets last quarter.
Persons: Dan Sundheim zeroed, Stanley Druckenmiller, David Tepper's, Phillippe Laffont's Coatue, Global's Chase Coleman, Jensen Huang, chipmaker, Tepper, Ole Andreas Halvorsen, Druckenmiller, Baupost Group's Seth Klarman, Coatue's Laffont, Point's Dan Loeb, Berkshire Hathaway, Value's Jeffrey Smith, Marc Benioff, Appaloosa's Tepper, Michael Burry, Druckenmiller amped, Point's Loeb, Coatue, Laffont, Tiger Global's Coleman, , Alex Harring, Yun Li Organizations: Appaloosa Management, D1, Technology, Wall, Nvidia, Management, Devices, Intel, Qualcomm, Taiwan Semiconductor, Viking, Arm Holdings, VanEck Semiconductor, Google, Microsoft, Duquesne, Viking Global, Corvex Management, Sundheim's D1 Capital, Baidu, Arista Networks, Scion, Oracle, Amazon, Tiger Global, Apple, Taiwan, Broadcom Locations: TSM, Meta, Berkshire, Salesforce, Chinese, China
On the agenda today:AdvertisementBut first: Job anxiety is gripping the once-cushy Big Tech industry . ReutersDispatchA Big Tech reckoningWondering what happened to the free lunches and merch in Big Tech? The acronym, which stands for Zero Interest Rate Phenomenon, has become Silicon Valley shorthand for a changed workplace. Whereas before Big Tech companies couldn't hire quick enough, now it's laser focused on reducing layers . AdvertisementBut amid increased competition, an end to cushy perks, and the risk that they might wake up one day to find their office badge no longer works, many working in Big Tech feel … well, a little less special .
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In the fourth quarter, specifically, shares of Alphabet rose 6.75%. Third Point owned Alphabet for less than a year , while Druckenmiller traded in and out of the stock in recent quarters. Some Wall Street veterans merely pared back their exposure to Alphabet in the quarter, including David Tepper's Appaloosa Management . Baupost Group — the hedge fund run by value investor Seth Klarman — sold about 23% of its Alphabet stock over the same stretch. Berkshire parted ways with about 10 million shares of the iPhone maker, leaving the conglomerate with more than 905 million shares, worth $174.35 billion, at the end of the quarter.
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Following last week's $120-per-share price target hike to $750 on strong earnings, we're raising our PT again Thursday to $850. Even at our new $850 price target, Lilly shares still represent a lower PEG than we've seen historically but that provides some margin of safety. Costco price target hike to $770 from $680 Costco also trades at a premium valuation, but we think it's warranted due to the company's reliability and consistency. Salesforce price target hike to $320 from $275 Salesforce is a Club name we recently highlighted in our 10 undervalued stocks commentary . Palo Alto Networks price target change pending Lastly, we are aware that our price target on Palo Alto Networks requires an update as well.
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Starboard Value's Jeff Smith added to his GoDaddy holding while trimming his lucrative activist bet in Salesforce , according to a new regulatory filing. The hedge fund increased its stake in GoDaddy to nearly $925 million, making the web services company its biggest holding. Starboard continued to trim its stake in customer relations management software company Salesforce , which in 2022, he took an activist stake in. The filing also reveals a few new stakes for Starboard, including News Corp and Fortrea . CNBC had already reported on these stakes when Smith appeared at a conference in last year.
Persons: Jeff Smith, Smith, He's Organizations: Wharton, News Corp, Fortrea, CNBC Locations: Salesforce, GoDaddy, New York
Carbon credits continue to play an important role in the global transition towards net zero. As an innovative financing mechanism, carbon credits allow corporates to mobilize capital to support emission-reduction projects. The decision to anchor CAD Trust in Singapore stems from acknowledging that transparency and governance are rooted in its DNA. Why Singapore is a prime location for firms to support global carbon marketsSingapore has successfully attracted more than 100 carbon market and services players to establish the city-state as their home base in Southeast Asia. Singapore's expertise in carbon services and its trailblazing move implementing Southeast Asia's first carbon tax in 2019, also appealed to Calyx Global.
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Daniel Sundheim's D1 Capital made a handful of notable changes to its technology holdings in the fourth quarter, including closing out a position in a key artificial intelligence play. Sundheim also zeroed out his stake in software stock Salesforce , while trimming Microsoft and Facebook parent Meta by more than 60% and 20%, respectively. The role of large-cap tech stocks in driving up the market was so apparent that a group was dubbed the "Magnificent 7" for its outsized gains. Outside of big tech, Sundheim added to Mastercard and Philip Morris stakes. On the flip side, he dissolved stakes in a number of well-known stocks including Hilton , Las Vegas Sands , Liberty Media and Yum Brands .
Persons: Daniel Sundheim's, Sundheim, Philip Morris Organizations: Nvidia, Facebook, Meta, Viking Global, Mastercard, WWE, UFC, Lexeo Therapeutics, Hilton, Liberty Media, Yum Brands, Rivian, Electric Locations: Amazon, Vegas Sands
Phillippe Laffont's Coatue made a flurry of changes to his portfolio in the fourth quarter, including shifts within the technology sector in the midst of the fourth quarter's big rally. Nvidia and Meta are only two of many notable cutbacks made by Laffont in the fourth quarter. Beyond Nvidia and Meta, Advanced Micro Devices , Amazon , Microsoft , Netflix and Tesla are the next biggest holdings in the fund. As of the fourth quarter, technology accounts for more than 59% of Coatue, according to InsiderScore. The Nasdaq finished 2023 up more than 43%, helped by a gain of more than 13% in the fourth quarter alone.
Persons: Phillippe Laffont's Coatue, Julian Robertson, Daniel Sundheim's, Laffont, Eli Lilly Organizations: Tiger Management, Nvidia, Meta, Taiwan Semiconductor, MIT, Intuit, Apple, Devices, Microsoft, Netflix, Tesla, Technology, Nasdaq, Ford, Moderna, Paramount Global Locations: Taiwan, Salesforce
The PEG ratio, another valuation tool, starts with the price-to-earnings ratio and divides the P/E by estimated earnings growth. A good PEG ratio is 1 or lower. There is a major consideration when analyzing five-year valuation average comparisons: interest rates. The company's P/E ratio of 21.5 times is about 20% cheaper than peers and below its historical average of 29.6. Honeywell Price-to-earnings ratio (P/E): 19.4 P/E vs. peers: 10% cheaper P/E-to-growth ratio (PEG): 2.3 We like how Honeywell 's stock is valued post-earnings .
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RTO mandates are a "disruption" to remote workers' lives because they made big changes during COVID. Many remote workers moved cities, bought houses, and invested in home offices during the pandemic. Additionally, many remote workers invested in having an office set up, including buying office equipment, or designating a room for an office if they have a house. AdvertisementMajor companies across the US have enforced RTO mandates in the past year, including Meta, Google, and Salesforce. In fact, making workers come back to the office will just make them unhappier, according to Nicholas Bloom, a Stanford economics professor.
Persons: Dan Schawbel, , Schawbel, millennials, Dell, Nicholas Bloom, Bloom Organizations: Workers, Service, Companies, Workplace Intelligence, Meta, Google, Katz Graduate School of Business, Stanford, Big Tech
Many remote workers also invested in having an office setup, including buying office equipment or designating a room as an office. "There's that investment too, and they don't want to have to sell everything and come back to work," Schawbel said. AdvertisementMajor companies across the US have enforced RTO mandates in the past year, including Meta, Google, and Salesforce. In fact, Nicholas Bloom, a Stanford economics professor, said making workers come back to the office would just make them unhappier. Advertisement"I think RTO mandates will reduce employee morale unless it is handled very carefully," Bloom told BI over email.
Persons: , Dan Schawbel, Schawbel, millennials, Dell, Nicholas Bloom, Bloom Organizations: Service, Workplace Intelligence, Business, Meta, Google, Katz Graduate School of Business, Stanford, Big Tech
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