You've probably seen the headlines about March Madness, and how employers are faced with dilemmas about whether to ban basketball-watching and bracket-checking at the office or just let it slide. People are gonna check scores anyway right? I mean we've got our smart phones. Seems like a losing battle. Linkedin says bosses should go ahead and embrace the Madness.
The 2014 NCAA men's basketball tournament is down to its Final Four teams: Florida, Connecticut, Wisconsin and Kentucky. Here's a preview of what to expect in Saturday's national semifinals from North Texas:
After four exciting days of college basketball, the 68-team field of the 2014 NCAA men's basketball tournament has been reduced to just 16 schools. Here are five things we learned from the tournament's first weekend:
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