Talk about “back to the future”: After twenty years of people touting work-life balance, we’re back to the ‘80s, when corporate lawyers, management consultants, investment bankers, and fast-track executives prided themselves on billing 70+ hours a week and holding meetings in London and New York on the same day. What’s driving this trend? What opportunities is it creating? What are the implications? We’ll provide the answers.
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