Remember, a boss also has a boss, as well as colleagues from other divisions who he or she has to get along with. In fact, the last thing a boss wants is for one of their employees to give them yet another task, with no offer of help and no guidance or suggestions on how to accomplish it. If you're the employee making the suggestion, best case scenario, your boss ignores you.
Seadrill Ltd. jumped as much as 26 percent as the offshore driller controlled by John Fredriksen said it’s getting closer to a solution to restructure the industry’s heaviest debt load and that it’s promoting a company insider to chief executive officer. Seadrill rose the most since April 11 and was up 19 percent at 5.60 kroner a share as of 1:44 p.m. in Oslo. Seadrill has been working for well over a year to restructure a wall of debt incurred before crude prices started collapsing in 2014, abruptly closing a decade-long boom for the oil-service industry. It repeated warnings in its first-quarter report on Wednesday that all stakeholders would probably suffer steep losses in any restructuring deal, which will likely involve some sort of court proceedings.
Shares of Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) hit a fresh record high in early Tuesday trading, the 69th record high logged by the stock in a year's time. "I have been making a valuation call on this stock for a long time (and clearly have been wrong)," Ruben Roy, MKM Partners analyst and managing director, wrote Monday in an email to CNBC. Roy, who carries a neutral rating on Nvidia, has been calling the stock overvalued since the stock was trading at around $110, some $28 ago.