In the (final) season opener of 'Mad Men', AMC's wildly successful TV series set on the Madison Avenue of the 1960s, the familiar business-school mnemonic the "Four P's" (Price, Product, Promotion, Place – in no particular order) was mentioned during a client meeting. So reports Forbes.
We're all familiar with images from the Great Depression of bankers hurling themselves out of high-story windows when faced with overnight financial ruin. More recently, the rate of suicides spiked briefly during the Great Recession. So reports CNN Money.
With email and digital communication increasingly replacing traditional written – and spoken – verbiage during the typical work day, the chances for miscommunication and mistaken intent are that much greater. So reports The Wall Street Journal.