This Week’s Recommended Reading

by CoyDavidson on August 31, 2012

5 Articles to Read this Weekend

Start-Ups Shake Up Office-Leasing Space
The office-space-leasing business has been slow to adopt new technology, but it is now getting shaken up by Internet start-ups.New companies are offering online deal information and videos, and are putting tenants and landlords together without brokers on smaller deals. They say the brokerage business is long overdue for innovation … Wall Street Journal

What employees really need at work
While companies are expected to fulfill employees basic “needs” to do their job — competitive pay, a functional workspace — modern organizations understand they need to do more to foster creativity, drive innovation and improve productivity … CNN Money

Why Employees Are Lonelier Than Ever
Chances are, even when your employees sit together to work they’re isolating themselves–and killing creativity in the office …

The Best Law Firm Offices in America: The Finalists!
Legal Blog “Above the Law” is holding a contest to find the best Law Firm offices in America. The site has narrowed the field down to a list of eight finalists … Above the Law

Top cities for technology start-ups
It’s a given that the San Francisco area, including Silicon Valley, is the technology capital of the world. Seven of the top 10 most-visited websites are based there, including Google, Yahoo, Facebook and Ask. But how does the rest of the USA fare for tech start-ups? … USA Today

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