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The former boss of Lehman Brothers, whose 2008 collapse helped trigger the financial crisis, spoke publicly for the first time in seven years.
Goldman Sachs' former managing director is headed to a high-level Securities and Exchange Commission position.
As new technologies blur work-life boundaries -- with emails and messages coming at all hours -- the U.S. Labor Department is taking note.
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