Posted by Grant Richardson, 21st May, 2015
Generally, no. They each serve totally different purposes for a different kind of audience.
In a business context, ‘time is money’, so one of your main purposes is:
The preferred style is therefore
The easier it is to read (while still sounding professional), the better.
In contrast, in an academic context, you may give less consideration to the time and effort required by your readers.
One of your main purposes is
The preferred style is inherently
Typically, the harder it is to read (while still making valid sense), the better.