In its report, the firm maintained a neutral rating on Disney stock but raised its price target to $160, up $21. “We look forward to revisiting our Disney valuation when the company provides added disclosure on its new reporting structure,” the report states. … [Read more...] about DANG! Disney stock is in the same league as tech giants Amazon, Netflix, and Google, says analyst report
There’s always been a subculture of sewers who have made new pieces from vintage garments. Over the past five years, some of these makers have had success selling on resale marketplaces like Depop and Poshmark. (I recently profiled Bella McFadden, who earned more than $1.26 million on Depop selling upcycled fashion.) Labels like FanFare and Zero Waste Daniel focus exclusively on upcycling. Similar to Patagonia, Eileen Fisher also upcycles its own garments in-house. … [Read more...] about Patagonia has had enormous success with upcycled clothing. Could other brands follow?
A remote book club is another group activity that requires minimal planning or resources but can lead to meaningful collaborations and interactions that boost trust. The idea is simple: Choose a book to read, then organize a Zoom chat to discuss the book once everyone has finished it. The benefits of this initiative are clear, says Jessica McCaughey. The assistant professor of writing at George Washington University suggests: … [Read more...] about 5 fun ways to build trust with a remote team when you’re a new manager
The issue becomes one of consistency, according to Moran. If two employees of the same firm did the same thing, but one was fired and one wasn’t, questions of fairness arise. For instance, was the person fired a woman or person of color? Was he or she a C-suite executive or an administrative assistant? … [Read more...] about Can you fire an employee who was a U.S. Capitol rioter? In a word, yes
Also different: While you have one primary waitperson, dressed in gray, each course is brought to you by a different server. Those servers’ fingers show tell-tale signs of food handling: If it seems that they are unclean it’s because their hands are smeared with remnants of the food they just prepared that they then present to you. It turns out those “waiters” are actually chefs (you can tell because they wear white), who, in Noma’s unique non-hierarchy, also serve the food they make. “That way the chefs aren’t stuck in their heads, without sunlight and without the satisfaction of seeing people eat your food,” sous chef Samuel Nutter explains. “I think it really works for the guests and is really beneficial for the chefs.” … [Read more...] about How The Best Restaurant In The World Stays That Way