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In an excerpt from "The Fight to Save the Town," the author describes how residents get by in an Oregon county with a declining government.
In a new book, design critic Alexandra Lange describes how design played a major role in the shopping mall’s successes and failures.
In this book excerpt, author and investor Kathryn Finney explains why having a personal advisory board is just as important as having a company advisory board.
Motor sport is “the world's fastest R&D lab,” said Dr. Kit Chapman, author of "Racing Green."
Former Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke's new book charts a history of “remarkable innovation and change.”
Ever wanted to be a flight attendant? Here are the "bizarre requirements" applicants had to meet in the 1960s.
Nell McShane Wulfhart tells the story of how women organized to fight sexism in the cabin and turn the job into a lifelong career.
In a new book, legal historian Amy Gajda explores the origins of the “right to privacy.” A daring moment in a Broadway show is part of the story.
The new book by urban designer Stefan Al explores what the history of skyscrapers can show us about the future.
“It was his life’s mission, and it was ultimately his downfall,” write Kirsten Grind and Katherine Sayer in a new book.