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The Case for Corruption

Why Washington needs more honest graft

5 Myths About Introverts and Extroverts at Work

Leaders are coming out of the introvert closet in droves.

Shark Tank: HHS Edition

Teams showcase innovation programs at HHS Ignite event.

IRS Senior Execs Took Improper Tax Deductions

Audit finds employees should have paid taxes on reimbursements for long-term travel.

Like in Olympic speedskating, performance distribution doesn't necessarily resemble a bell curve.

Why You Shouldn't Grade Employees' Performance on a Curve

Research says human performance doesn't follow a bell curve.

'House of Cards' and a Brief History of Ruthless Pragmatism

Frank Underwood may be fictional but his philosophy isn’t—just ask Barack Obama or any master of political gamesmanship.

Meeting with and coddling employees can be a big time-waster.

The 5 Biggest Time Wasters for Chief Executives

Meetings and PowerPoints are among the things that are holding CEOs back.

Workers clear newly-fallen snow from a street, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014, in Trenton, N.J.

The U.S. Government's Amazingly Wrong Forecast for This Winter

It predicted "above-normal" temperatures. Oops.

What Can We Learn From a 10-Year-Old About Making a Stand?

How a lemonade entrepreneur with heart raised $1 million to fight child slavery.

Watchdog Taps Contractors for Lessons on Rebuilding Afghanistan

Reconstruction still vital after U.S. troops leave in December, IG John Sopko says.