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For starters, don't 'step over dollars to pick up nickels.'
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Reddit's CEO has lost her most important constituency: the company's vibrant community.
Being the boss is no substitute for self knowledge.
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Most successful business leaders had a mentor along the way. That relationship is a two-way street.
You'll find that building consumer trust is worth its weight in gold, or, um, dollars.
It's not the disagreement that's the issue, it's how you approach expressing your views.
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