Coming Back for More


Getting to the point where you've had your fill of a place or an organization (or an industry) and then resolving to leave is something we've all been through. Relationships of all types tend to be finite—they have a natural lifespan, and once they have run their course, it's time to move on.

But sometimes the decision to change your surroundings can turn out to be premature, and, on reflection, perhaps the incorrect one. A case in point is Peter Cherasia's decision to turn his back on the

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