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Legends are remembered, but the cautionary tale of Manic Miner’s Matt Smith serves to show how you can burn out all too quickly.
Clothing retailer Cotton On hit the headlines this year after reportedly instructing staff that failing to have “fun” and “keep it real” are sackable offences. Has Cotton On suddenly — and unexpectedly — gotten in touch with its sensitive side?