Interesting news about the office workaholics

Interesting news about the office workaholics
BERLIN (Reuters) – German workaholics may be suffering from a lack of sex, according to a university study published Friday.[Lees verder]

Bad bosses get promoted, not punished?
NEW YORK (Reuters) – How do people get ahead in the workplace? One way seems to be by making their subordinates miserable, according to a study released Friday.[Lees verder]

Nissan gets testy with drunk drivers
OPPAMA, Japan (Reuters) – Beer-breaths beware. A new concept car with breathalyzer-like detection systems may provide even greater traction for Japanese efforts to keep impaired drivers off the road.[Lees verder]

Australian gallery says Dutch master is fake
CANBERRA (Reuters) – A painting long thought to be the work of Dutch master Vincent van Gogh has been proven a fake after a series of tests by art experts in Amsterdam, Australian gallery officials said on Friday.[Lees verder]

On-air bottom pincher gets police warning
LONDON (Reuters) – A British man who pinched the bottom of a television presenter live on air has been cautioned, police said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

I don’t care if I’m richest in world…
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican telecom tycoon Carlos Slim, who is estimated by some calculations to be wealthier than Microsoft founder Bill Gates, said Thursday he did not care if he was the world’s richest person.[Lees verder]

Interesting news about the office workaholics
BERLIN (Reuters) – German workaholics may be suffering from a lack of sex, according to a university study published Friday.[Lees verder]

Bad bosses get promoted, not punished?
NEW YORK (Reuters) – How do people get ahead in the workplace? One way seems to be by making their subordinates miserable, according to a study released Friday.[Lees verder]

Nissan gets testy with drunk drivers
OPPAMA, Japan (Reuters) – Beer-breaths beware. A new concept car with breathalyzer-like detection systems may provide even greater traction for Japanese efforts to keep impaired drivers off the road.[Lees verder]

Australian gallery says Dutch master is fake
CANBERRA (Reuters) – A painting long thought to be the work of Dutch master Vincent van Gogh has been proven a fake after a series of tests by art experts in Amsterdam, Australian gallery officials said on Friday.[Lees verder]

On-air bottom pincher gets police warning
LONDON (Reuters) – A British man who pinched the bottom of a television presenter live on air has been cautioned, police said on Thursday.[Lees verder]

I don’t care if I’m richest in world…
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican telecom tycoon Carlos Slim, who is estimated by some calculations to be wealthier than Microsoft founder Bill Gates, said Thursday he did not care if he was the world’s richest person.[Lees verder]

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