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Study shows best time to send a work email is also worst time


IN THE PRESS – Wednesday, August 2: We look at reactions in the papers to Donald Trump's four-count criminal indictment over his attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election. Also: Le Monde reports on a secret carbon credits deal between Liberia and a private Emirati company. Meanwhile, an AI study tells us the best time to send a work email. Singer Lizzo is accused of body-shaming and fostering a hostile workplace. Finally, a Lufthansa pilot sends a cheeky message in the sky after being re-routed!

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