Working in a particular industry, you get so used to speaking in that business’s language that you don’t think much about it (similarly, half the battle in covering a new industry as a business journalist is learning the lingo). But when it comes to communicating with outsiders, it’s usually best to jettison the jargon. That’s especially so in a crisis, when people are desperate to understand what’s happening.
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