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These CEOs Work 40 Hours or Less a Week (And Think You Should Too)

Who says you can’t be productive without working 12-hour days?

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By Pavithra Mohan

The sleeping habits of CEOs and founders are revealing in many ways, but the biggest takeaway is this: Most of them work a lot. That’s little surprise when you consider the fact that, according to the

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