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Fast Company
November 22, 2011
Kate Rockwood
E-Readers Don't Have Anything On These Books God bless the flip-worthy, full-color coffee-table book. Whether you're shopping for a foodie, design geek, or facial-hair devotee, we've picked a few of our recent favorites. mark for My Articles
Fast Company
November 21, 2011
Margaret Rhodes
Rebecca MacKinnon On Internet Censorship And How To Resist It Online censorship expert Rebecca MacKinnon talks shop about her new book, Consent of the Networked, which hits shelves January 31. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
The Motley Fool
November 14, 2011
Brian Stoffel
A Not-So-Smart Balance for Your Portfolio Is Smart Balance's approach at odds with a leading food expert? Michael Pollan's books don't mince words: The near-obsessive focus on nutrients in American society is actually leading us to poorer health. mark for My Articles 181 similar articles
Wendy Walsh
Deal With Failure Thoughts create feelings. Feelings create moods. Moods create failure or success. Garret Kramer has written a new book called Stillpower that goes into detail about this concept. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
Commercial Investment Real Estate
Nov/Dec 2011
Jennifer Norbut
Broker Wisdom The career coach and adviser turned author Rod Santomassimo profiles some of the top leaders in commercial real estate from companies and markets both large and small. His book is called Brokers Who Dominate. mark for My Articles 281 similar articles
Commercial Investment Real Estate
Nov/Dec 2011
Buyers Guide Shift Commercial: How Top Commercial Brokers Tackle Tough Times... The not-an-iPad tablet... New Dirt, an online preference-matching platform... mark for My Articles 155 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
November 7, 2011
Sean Silverthorne
The Forgotten Book that Helped Shape the Modern Economy In his new book, Translating Empire: Emulation and the Origins of Political Economy, Harvard Business School historian Sophus A. Reinert unearths John Cary's An Essay on the State of England. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles Brain Workout: Part 5 Michael J Gelb shares key elements from his upcoming book Brain Power: Improve Your Mind as You Age in our five-part "Brain Workout" series. Today's chapter is "Sleep, Naps and Meditation: the Brain's Holy Grail" mark for My Articles 160 similar articles
November 14, 2011
Geoffrey Cain
Good Intentions In his 1955 classic The Quiet American, Graham Greene adroitly foresaw the tragic and absurd quality that came to characterize U.S. intervention in Vietnam. mark for My Articles 75 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
November 3, 2011
James Heskett
The Ultimate Question in Management In their book, Fred Reichheld and Rob Markey remind us of the simplicity of the Net Promoter Score. It's the product of answers to one question, "How likely is it you would recommend us to a friend?" mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
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