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When a CEOs or other top leaders have health problems, it can have a significant ripple effect.
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While Tesla was moving ahead of the competition without spending a dime, P&G's marketing machine was watching closely.
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Modern manufacturing no longer thinks in terms of white or blue collar—the workers it needs now are “new-collar”.