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(Bloomberg Business) — Some of the biggest complaints about corporate life concern coworkers—and what self-interested jerks they can be. Turns out there’s something to the complaints. People at work act more calculating, are more cynical about favors, and are less likely to reciprocate good deeds to coworkers than they are to acquaintances outside work, Stanford researchers say in a forthcoming Academy of Management Discoveries paper. 

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