March Madness starts in a couple of weeks . . . which means people are about to remember college basketball exists again.



And every year, a study comes out showing how many HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS of dollars it costs U.S. businesses in lost productivity.  Well . . . turns out the people actually RUNNING businesses disagree.



A new survey asked executives if running a March Madness pool at the office was a good or bad thing for morale and productivity . . . and they don't think it's bad at all.



32% say it has a positive impact on morale, and only 7% think it's bad for morale.



27% think it actually HELPS productivity . . . 11% think it hurts productivity. 



(PR Newswire)