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"We all have to negotiate in life, whether it’s asking for a bigger raise, nailing down details of a contract or even getting your kids to do their homework.
"Wharton's Peter Cappelli discusses IBM's decision to rethink its remote work policy for some employees.
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"Serial entrepreneur, angel investor, philanthropist, author and CEO of Bizzultz May McCarthy [photo, left] explains how intuition will help you achieve financial freedom.
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"In Alec Ross’s new book, The Industries of the Future, he takes a deep dive into the specific fields he believes will shape our economic future, including robotics and the codification of just about everything.
"Wharton management professor Peter Cappelli [photo, left] has spent decades studying the complicated dynamics of employment.
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