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Your Office, Some Other Guy’s Politics

Send questions about the office, money, careers and work-life balance to workfriend@nytimes.com. Include your name and location, or a request…

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How to Ask for an Extension

“If you thinkyou’re going to turn in higher quality work if you have an extra day or two, you should…

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Do I Really Need to Tip for Drip Coffee?

I managed to get past my annoyance at the tip jar that appeared one day on the counter of my…

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How to Be Ambivalent

“You can use ambivalence as a shield against the fear of rejection,” says Taly Reich, an associate professor of marketing…

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Congress, Far From ‘a Series of Tubes,’ Is Still Nowhere Near Reining In Tech

WASHINGTON — It’s now a rite of passage. Executives of the hottest technology companies fly, or more recently Zoom, from…

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Sports

With Their Season on the Line, the Yankees Go to Their Go-to Guy

On Sept. 19, as the Yankees were making a push for a wild-card spot in the postseason, they lost by…

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