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  • Founders With a Hands-on Management Style Grow Stronger Companies
    Founders With a Hands-on Management Style Grow Stronger Companies
    Harvard Business School • 10h

    Startup founders with a hands-on management style are more likely to retain employees and see their firms thrive, new research shows. The results are particularly applicable to knowledge-intensive technology firms, where human talent is the main resource ...

  • Transcript of President Trump’s surprise news conference with Sen. McConnell
    Transcript of President Trump’s surprise news conference with Sen. McConnell
    Market Watch • 5h

    President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell talk to reporters in the Rose Garden following a lunch meeting at the White House on Monday. Here’s a transcript, as released by the White House, of President Donald Trump’s surprise ...

  • How to save $1,000 this year
    How to save $1,000 this year
    CNN Money • 1d

    It won't be easy, but from cutting back on lattes to paying off credit card debt, it's possible to save $1,000 in a year. 05:42 Jodi Kantor broke the Weinstein story

  • Will the Academy vote to oust Harvey Weinstein?
    Will the Academy vote to oust Harvey Weinstein?
    CNN Money • 3d

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' 54-member board of governors is meeting and may hold a vote to expel Harvey Weinstein's lifetime membership. An announcement from the Academy is expected sometime later Saturday. He stands accused of rape ...

  • Violence. Threats. Begging. Harvey Weinstein’s 30-year pattern of abuse in Hollywood.
    Violence. Threats. Begging. Harvey Weinstein’s 30-year pattern of abuse in Hollywood.
    Washington Post • 2d

    In 1984, Harvey Weinstein was 32 years old and making one of his first real feature films, on location outside of Scranton, Pa. It was a comedy called “Playing for Keeps,” featuring a not-yet-famous Marisa Tomei, and the mood on set was anxious.

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