I'm one of the lucky few to work for an organization that runs pretty lean. So far, we're doing fine on income, and as long as it stays like that, my job will be safe.
Also, I'm one of the "lucky" few that actually was promoted during this mess. I have no idea why they saw fit to give me more money when the economy is so bad, but here we are.
Such a weird time... our company (small) is having some of it's best months in years, so we aren't qualifying for any of the government assistance stuff... but if this whole thing lasts much longer our projects will probably dry up come summer.
their shareholders are stoked too. $20 to $300 in 5 years. N went from ~$190 covid-low 2 months ago, n is back to nearly 300.
Who cares? This is not about Nvidia stock prices and what they will do to grow them. This is some fluff piece about Nvidia being so loving to their employees that they will sacrifice profits. They are not and will not, whatever you read,so let's not get it twisted eh?