Harvard Business Review interviewed English professor Anne Curzan at the University of Michigan about the use of business jargon. She studies the evolution of language. Professor Curzan makes the case that using business jargon has value in making our language …
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April 17, 2017 – 9:29 am
You might not think many people like to pay income tax. However, new research shows an income tax doesn’t cause a person to work less; and in some cases, actually motivates people to work more. In honor of the Federal …
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