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Money: The surprising way that working alongside the company superstar can hurt your career

The Sydney Morning Herald: Penalised for having a work-life balance?

NBC News: New study details the sneaky way some CEOs can make money when the company’s stock falls

Entrepreneur Magazine: The benefits of female leadership in tech

CNN Business: Tired CEOs are moody and distracted: Why business leaders need more sleep

Quartz: Former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett found her voice at work by speaking up for others

Business Daily Africa: Monitoring that keeps fraud at bay

Time: Being bored can be good for you — if you do it right. Here’s how

Globes: The dynamics of a start-up: Is luck a significant motif on the road to success?

Inc.: There are 2 types of investor questions. Here’s how to nail both

The Journal Gazette: Venting about unfair boss detrimental

The Sydney Morning Herald: Why daydreaming at work is good for you

Quartz: Are tattooed job applicants less likely to be hired? Two new studies disagree

Markets Insider: What everyone needs to know when traveling abroad

Forbes: Business strategy for the social sector: In praise of economist Sharon Oster’s 6 Forces model

Financial Times: Why millennials are uncovering tattoos at work

Independant Online: Your work emails can affect your health, relationships

Men’s Health: This habit can not only harm yourself, but your partner as well

Time: Work emails may be taking a toll on your mental health — and your relationship

Havard Business Review: It’s time to make business school research more relevant

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