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Business's new task: turning off

Firms, workers have to draw the line between work, home

By Maggie Jackson
July 2, 2006

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It's not unusual for Don DePalma to sit down to dinner with his wife and two teens and get the work call from Taipei that he's been awaiting all day. He also exasperates his family by interrupting vacations with his prowls for Wi-Fi hotspots. DePalma, an international consultant from Chelmsford, can't escape work in the digital age. (Full article: 770 words)

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