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7/19/2018It’s Time to Make Business School Research More RelevantHarvard Business Review
6/19/2018How to cry at work without the social costQuartz
6/13/2018What Female CEOs Need to SucceedInc.
5/10/2018There's a dark side to friendships at workQuartz
5/9/2018Investors Don't Ask Women Founders the Same Questions as Men. Here's Why That's a ProblemInc.
4/4/2018How Investors Use 'Gut Feel' To Manage RiskForbes
3/16/2018Picture a Leader. Is She a Woman?New York Times
3/12/2018Why All the Bosses in Disney Movies Are TerribleInc.
3/11/2018White male workers respond poorly to women and racial minorities in power and take it out on colleagues: reportNewsweek
1/18/2018Can Workaholism Be Good for You?Strategy+Business
1/18/2018Why some of your old work commitments never seem to go awayOhio State News
12/4/2017Why it can be cruel to be kind in the workplaceFinancial TImes
12/1/2017Working Long Hours Isn’t A Bad Thing If You Love Your JobBusiness News Daily
11/29/2017The Truth About Being a Workaholic: Why It Isn’t Always Bad for YouKnowledge@Wharton
11/28/2017Is it normal to lie about money, work or job skills? What data suggests about lying – and genderMic
11/27/2017Corporations Make Big Climate Promises Only To Retreat After A Few Years, Study FindsHuffington Post
11/14/2017Why some workaholics stay healthy and others get sickThe Globe and Mail
10/13/2017How Female Entrepreneurs Can Beat Investors' Gender BiasForbes
10/1/2017Workaholics, take heart: Long hours aren’t always bad for your healthThe Globe and Mail
9/28/2017How to Work Long Hours and Still Be Healthy, According to ScienceInc.
9/27/2017Why Having Co-CEOs Is A Bad IdeaFast Company
9/8/2017It turns out working around the clock won't kill you — unless you're a specific personality typeBusiness Insider
9/8/2017Being a workaholic isn’t as dangerous to your health as you might thinkGlobalNEWS
9/7/2017Few Risks for Happy WorkaholicsiHeartRadio
9/5/2017When It’s OK to Be a WorkaholicThe Wall Street Journal
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