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The major role of politics in causing famine

Sep 1, 2011
East African countries continue to suffer from serious famine, and the problems are more complex than just a lack of food. Thomas Keneally explains more in his new book.
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E-books save the publishing industry

Aug 10, 2011
Wait - wasn't it e-books that killed books? Not according to a new study released Tuesday by BookStats. The study shows publishers made $27.9...
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Summer Reading: Mia Bauer

Aug 5, 2011
A turn-of the-century novel about New York turns into a feast of detail and inspiration for a modern day baker.
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'Brand resilience' in the social media age

Aug 4, 2011
Author Jonathan Copulsky explains how companies can manage their image in the era of Twitter, Facebook and YouTube
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Summer Reading: Jennifer Shanley

Aug 4, 2011
Why do you do what you do in terms of your job? Sometimes, a book about succeeding without selling out can help you answer that.
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The facets and forces changing New York's Diamond District

Aug 4, 2011
Author Alicia Oltuski discusses the inner workings of New York's diamond industry and some of its most fascinating characters.
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Summer Reading: Roy Choi

Aug 3, 2011
Coloring outside the lines and rediscovering L.A. with <em>On the Road</em>
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The economics of humiliation

Aug 2, 2011
Poet, social critic and author Wayne Koestenbaum discusses why there's so much shame involved in issues of money.
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Summer Reading: Nina Tandon

Aug 2, 2011
The art of science, the science of art... all make for a beautiful career.
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Summer Reading: Daniel Pink

Aug 1, 2011
A book that has helped people answer this question: What do you want to be when you grow up?
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