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Three Types of People to Fire Immediately

Management Workplace G. Michael Maddock businessweek.com

Submitted Nov 29 2011 By Victor Bennett, 39 comments

“I wanted a happy culture. So I fired all the unhappy people.” —A very successful CEO (who asked not to be named) We (your authors) teach our children to work hard and never, ever give up. We teach them to be grateful, to be full of wonder, to expect good things to happen, and to search for lit...more»

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Job Offers Increased for Class of 2011

Job Offer Campus Graduate Jobs Erin Zlomek businessweek.com

Submitted Nov 26 2011 By Alison Brown, 3 comments

As the economy sputters, undergraduate hiring is up for the first time since the crisis. Those with business skills are better positioned than mostmore»

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Can You Be Friends With Your Boss?

Workplace Boss friends company culture Claire Suddath businessweek.com

Submitted Apr 27 2012 By Susan Copper, 4 comments

A few years ago I attended a party that was broken up by the cops—and when it happened, I was sitting next to my boss. I’ve been invited to a boss’s wedding and gone to dinner with several more. Once, my boss’s boss invited a co-worker and me for drinks at a private social club to which he belong...more»

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The Tragic Decline of Business Casual

Business Etiquette Office 9 to 5 Cubicle Eric Spitznagel businessweek.com

Submitted Feb 5 2012 By Alison Brown, 5 comments

Liberal dress policies in the office have led to terrible outfits and terrible looks. Now employers are fighting backmore»

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From Startup Dreams to a Cubicle Life

MBA Start-up Jobs Erin Zlomek B-schools businessweek.com

Submitted Nov 22 2011 By Linda Cruz, 3 comments

While entrepreneurship students get MBAs with the goal of launching a startup, many make corporate pit stops before they go into business for themselvesmore»

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MBA Pay: The $3.6 Million Degree

Business MBA Business School Compensation Salary businessweek.com

Submitted Feb 5 2012 By Victor Bennett, 7 comments

New research into long-term MBA pay suggests you get what you pay for. Top schools like Harvard, Wharton, and Stanford leave the rest of the pack in the dust News flash: Grads from the top MBA programs make more money over the course of their careers than peers from lower-ranked B-schools. That'...more»

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