MANAGING THE MATRIX: Businesspeople have a love-hate relationship with electronic gadgets. Workers can’t live without their cell phones, personal digital assistants and e-mail accounts, but they lament how the technologies impinge on their work and personal lives.
GENERATION Y: There’s some debate about what exactly to call them, but the members of Generation Y, the children of baby boomers who are now between 18 and 31 years old, are destined to be the next generation of businesspeople. Gen Y members are bringing a fresh approach to business that capitalizes on their youth and technological savvy.
EXECUTIVE SNAPSHOT: CPAmerica Chief Executive Officer Jack Wishna discusses his favorite things.
THIS WEEK’S LIST: Las Vegas’ high-rise condominiums.