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For New York to Get Better, Times Square Has to Get Worse

The sensory-overloaded tower will offer visitors the chance to do quite a lot, all in one place: They will be able to sing along with a hologram of their favorite […]




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Goldman’s Move to Unlimited Vacation Is Good for … Goldman

When Goldman Sachs — the investment bank known for its hard-charging culture — recently told its senior bankers that they could take off as much time as they wanted, the […]




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Start-Ups Flock to WeWork, Trellis and Other Low-Commitment Spaces

When Melissa Pancoast moved her financial literacy start-up, The Beans, into a WeWork office in San Francisco’s Salesforce Tower last May, most of the offices around her were rented out […]




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Are You Happy? Your Boss Is Asking.

Garry Ridge, who runs the chemical company WD-40, has a leadership style guided by two sources — Aristotle, and the BlackRock chief executive Larry Fink.“Pleasure in the job puts perfection […]




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Business Travel Resumes, Though Not at Its Former Pace

Mr. Harteveldt was more optimistic about the prospects for business travel. “If developed countries’ economies remain strong and the war in Ukraine doesn’t spread, then the business travel industry will […]







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What to Wear to Return to the Office? Retailers Have No Idea.

The shift isn’t just a matter of taste — it has ramifications for mass apparel, a significant segment of the economy, and the physical face of retail, which is the second-biggest […]