As I look ahead at my calendar for tomorrow, I notice that I have another early-morning meeting at a well-known London restaurant. For me, breakfast meetings are ideal. I have always been a morning person, and at breakfast, you can comfortably meet someone for an hour — which would be almost impossible at lunch — and still be at your desk and ready for the day by 10 a.m. But I don’t have to cast my mind too far back to recall a time when breakfast meetings meant ...
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