About Shana Lebowitz
Shana Lebowitz is a strategy reporter for Business Insider.
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Recent research suggests that money can boost life satisfaction and emotional well-being, up to a certain point.
The Homeless Man Who Went Viral for Handing Out His Résumé on a Highway Had Quit His Job to Become an Entrepreneur -- and Even Though He Failed, He Plans to Try Again
David Casarez quit his job as a web developer at General Motors to launch his own tech startup.
A Classic Piece of Advice on Being a Good Boss Is Just as Useful Today as It Was When It Was Originally Published in 1974
An effective boss lets employees tackle problems on their own, according to a classic article in the Harvard Business Review.
Amazon's Program for Underperforming Employees Includes a Courtroom-Style Videoconference With a Jury of Peers
While experts agree it's innovative, they're split on whether it works.
In small doses, same 'bad' habits can be part of a healthy lifestyle.
Elon Musk Reportedly Gave His Assistant a 2-Week Test When She Asked for a Big Raise -- What Happened to Her Is an Important Lesson in Salary Negotiations
In his 2015 biography, Ashlee Vance shares the story of how Musk stopped working with his longtime executive assistant in early 2014.
Why Valedictorians Rarely Become Rich and Famous -- and the Average Millionaire's College GPA is 2.9
A study of 700 American millionaires found that their average GPA was just 2.9.
If there's one universal truth about productivity, it's that not everything works for everyone.
Perhaps snoozing in full view of the rest of the office when the company founder was due for a visit wasn't the best idea.
The fight for an eight-hour workday began in 1866 and ended in 1940.
Employers might want to start testing for honesty and humility before hiring or promoting people.
Multi-tasking isn't the key to feeling more accomplished at the end of the day.