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Academy of Management 78th annual meeting to address critical issues facing global management community

Forbes: How investors use ‘gut feel’ to manage risk

Strategy+Business: Can workaholism be good for you?

Ohio State News: Why some of your old work commitments never seem to go away

Business News Daily: Working long hours isn’t a bad thing if you love your job

MIC: Is it normal to lie about money, work or job skills? What data suggests about lying – and gender

The Globe and Mail: Why some workaholics stay healthy and others get sick

Forbes: How female entrepreneurs can beat investors’ gender bias

Global News: Being a workaholic isn’t as dangerous to your health as you might think

Business Insider: It turns out working around the clock won’t kill you — unless you’re a specific personality type

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