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7 New York City execs share the weekend routines that help them recharge

Business Insider asked seven New York City-based CEOs how they spend their weekends. Many combine exercise and socializing. Some don't work at all; some spend time on big-picture work projects. It stinks to show up to work Monday morning and feel like you squandered your precious two days off. That's especially true if you're an executive and need to be 100% on your game during the workweek.
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