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Profit and Virtue

June 5, 2013 | by Annabelle Massey Malloy
Dylan Fox and Zach Herman made their first-ever trip to Texas on April 18. When they checked in at their hotel near Texas Christian University that night, they were wearing shorts and t-shirts and carrying minimal luggage — easily identifiable as the college students that they are. But the two George Washington University friends weren’t arriving for spring break frivolity or grad school interviews.
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Mayer Mistake? Is Yahoo Work-From-Home Ban a Morale Killer?

February 27, 2013 | by FOXBusiness
She may have only taken a few days of maternity leave herself, but some are wondering if Yahoo (YHOO) CEO Marissa Mayer has gone too far by banning employees from working from home.

There are concerns that it could hurt morale and even impact Yahoo’s ability to attract fresh talent in an industry ripe with entrepreneurialism and start-ups.

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Who Is the 'Queen of Fun and Laughter' in Your Office?

February 13, 2013 | by FOXBusiness
Once-lawyer-turned accidental entrepreneur Paul Spiegelman visited FBN Live Small Business Center to discuss “entitled employees.” What is an entitled employee?

“When people are taking what you do for them, and thinking it is not quite enough,” Spiegelman told FBN’s Lauren Simonetti.
Spiegelman, author of the upcoming book “Patients Come Second: Leading Change By Changing The Way You Lead,” said if you don’t address the toxic work-ethic, even if it is just coming from one member of your team, it can spread and hurt the entire operation.

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