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Former Google exec: Here's how to know it's time to fire an employee

Top CEO coach Kim Scott explains when and how to let someone go.

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Here's how to fire someone

Former Google exec and leadership expert Kim Scott explains when and how to let someone go.

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Fire erupts on Chelsea Market roof

A fire erupted on the roof of Chelsea Market, no injuries were reported.

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Fire erupts on Chelsea Market roof

Firefighters responded to a fire in a generator in New York's Chelsea neighborhood on the roof of Chelsea Market.

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Uber under fire, yet again

A report alleges that a female employee filed a formal complaint after a night out at a karaoke-escort bar in Seoul.

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United Airlines bars girls in leggings from flight

United Airlines came under fire yesterday after two teenage girls were barred from boarding a flight because they were wearing leggings.

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Trump’s laptop ban could lead to 'runaway fires' in baggage hold: Expert

The cabin baggage ban on laptops and tablets on some direct flights to both the U.S. and U.K. has been questioned over fire safety

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Dijsselbloem under fire after saying southern Europe wasted money on ‘drinks and women’

Italian, Spanish and Portuguese politicians are asking the head of the Eurogroup to resign following comments where he implied that southern European nations were wasting all their money on "drinks and women."

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European markets open lower; Trump's economic policies under fire

European markets opened lower on Wednesday morning amid increasing concerns regarding U.S. President Donald Trump's economic growth agenda.

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How a possible Yellen departure could spark a fire under the Fed to cut its $4.5 trillion balance sheet

A possible Janet Yellen exit could lead the Fed to downsize its $4.5 trillion balance sheet soon, Goldman says.

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