More People Tuning In to March Madness During Office Hours

More People Tuning In to March Madness During Office Hours

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Andrew Adams, KSL Newsradio Nobody pays attention to March Madness at the office, right? Yeah, right!

Life's most important questions are being debated here on the street, like who will be the Cinderella at this year's big dance.

Person: "Maryland or Davidson."

Person: "Weber State, of course."

Steve Hock says that includes being sneaky, keeping the game minimized on the computer screen. And when the boss isn't looking--oh yeah, baby.

Researchers say companies lose $3.8 billion in worker productivity because of the big dance. Employers here lucking out a bit with BYU-Xavier and Weber State-UCLA are after hours Thursday.

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