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Companies presided over by individuals with an inflated view of their own importance do worse in difficult times, according to research at the Macquarie Graduate School of Management. Alex Frino, dean at MGSM, tells Emma Boyde that these individuals are not always bad for companies, but it is important to be aware that they can be.
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