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Having a Tony Stark in the office is fine as long as you hire a Pepper Potts

Not every company has an Iron Man, but many have a Tony Stark -- a highly powerful, intensely-focused individual who often ignores risk in order to achieve his or her goals. That's usually a good thing -- as long as companies make sure to also hire a Pepper Potts to keep their powerful leaders grounded, according to new research.
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