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united is the United States?
up may not be that hard to do.
artists sell themselves.
Strauss plays and is played, in "The Game."
Google began and where it's going.
Search" is a real find.
Peters re-imagines his previous book.
gets down to the Essentials.
gatekeepers strive to stifle innovation.
dying companies like to sue their customers, in "Darknet."
your business good to grow?
solution may be to
"Think Big, Act Small."
that reads like a novel.
can't put down Les Standiford's historical page-turner, "Meet
You in Hell."
your head. All of it.
Pink says that right-brainers will rule, in "A Whole New Mind."
is on our side — sometimes.
by Malcolm Gladwell makes a very good first impression.
personal computer revolution and American innovation.
In The Valley" is a great story and a beautiful book.
all else fails, try dealing with reality.
Bossidy and Ram Charan confront the world as it is.
to repeat history?
Black's "Banking On Baghdad."
Kawasaki lets the good ideas roll.
irrepressible evangelist presents "The Art of the Start."
Mind at Work.
who labor with their hands are smarter than you think.
wisdom in crowds.
Surowiecki looks at the power of group intelligence.
inside and outside the box.
Godin strikes again with "Free Prize Inside!"
work with life.
take different angles on living seemlessly.
for a job? It doesn't have to be a monster!
books show how to search with success.
In A Box covers all the basics of business.
varied group of contributors offers lessons on everything imaginable
you're captivated by Trump, you've gotta get his book.
opinions, observations, anecdotes and gossip from The Donald.
the rules or your rivals will.
savvy firms must manage their
Business: how some companies do the right thing.
Csikszentmihalyi looks at businesses that care about more than profit,
but profit anyway.
joy and pain of e-mail.
How high-profile South Floridians handle the daily
flow (feature article).
subversion of copyright law and the public domain.
Lawrence Lessig explores the history of copyright
law and its abuse by big media.
books to help would-be entrepreneurs.
starting a business, take a look at these books for advice.
grip: Making money by investing in sex, smoke and booze.
Investing in vice can be profitable, according to
from the East -- and from South Florida.
Art of the Advantage and Finding Your Niche Can Be a Real Bitch.
howls at the moon.
blows yet another chance to do the right thing.
act well worth repeating.
Words and Magic Words at Work: mottoes and clichés to get
through life's sticky moments.
next phase of capitalism?
and Maxmin make the case for major changes in the economy.
war a good metaphor for business?
books attempt to translate the rules of warfare into business success.
lessons from the Benedictines and The Sopranos.
offers a familiar tune.
compact history of the technology of the music business.
runs are overrated.
Charan says that singles and doubles can be far more valuable to
the press? How to get your message to the media.
trio of books with advice on dealing with print and broadcast journalists.
to flip? 3 books teach you how.
on buying and selling real estate quickly for investment purposes.
be not proud, but does it have to be so expensive?
"The Survivor's Guide: What You Need to Know
& What You Need to Do When Someone Close to You Dies".
Tom Peters lost his mind?
The business guru, speaker and visionary dares to
re-imagine the world in his new book.
Legal' is both painful and enlightening.
The covert campaign to rig the U.S. tax system to
benefit the super rich -- and cheat cverybody else.
upon the dumb and the dumber.
recent books on the subject of stupid leaders and idiotic business
business and culture of Coca Cola.
"The Real Thing. Truth and Power at the Coca-Cola
look at the politics of economic policies
The latest book by economist and New York Times columnist
Paul Krugman, "The Great Unraveling."
tale of two covers: U.K. version takes heat
Can you judge a book by its cover? Check
out the one on the U.K. edition of Krugman's book.
narrows focus with second 'Warfare'
D'Alessandro, CEO of John Hancock Financial Services, tells how
to protect your image and
books offer upbeat ideas for the new year
Hope for finding work in an age of Internet resumes
and teaching workaholics how to relax.
David B. Wolfe and Robert Snyder's provocative work provides
insight into recent demographic trends.
form matches message: Keep it simple
Author Bill Jensen is disinclined toward power plays, but
favors preventing of needless work and wasted time.
Authors offer a lesson in smarter innovation.
The launch, acceptance and success of a brand turns into
a powerful engine for supporting good works.
the wrong end of Jack's gut?
A bloated, ponderous, self-aggrandizing
tome from former GE Chairman Jack Welch.
from Elvis' Manager?
The Beatles? Elvis? Sometimes. the smartest move is the
one you don't make!
Business Stories of the Year
A review of the 2004 edition of this annual collection.
to get noticed? Bang!
Kaplan Thaler and Robin Koval tell you how to create an advertsing
By linking news sites, Matt Drudge
created an Internet success.
for Pound, Goleman's book is the best around
The Ultimate Resource'' lives up to its name.
fare will brighten your day.
Creolina's, a tasty fixture of Ft. Lauderdale's Himmarshee
A personal memoir of a promise kept
to my father.