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    Author:Tom Salonek

    Publisher:Intertech
    ISBN:978-0-9715734-0-6


    Author: William S. Mallios
    Publisher: Wiley
    ISBN: 978-0-470-48452-4


    Author: Christopher Rugh

    Publisher: Avia Publishing

    ISBN: 978-10935586-37-1





    Author: Alfred E Eckes Jr
    Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
    ISBN: 978-1-4051-8343-7





    Author: Richard Walsh

    Publisher: Adams Media
    ISBN:978-1-4405-1272-8

    Author: Jonathan B. Spira

    Publisher: John Wiley & Sons.
    ISBN: 9780470879603

    Author: Helen H. Wang

    Publisher: Bestseller Press

    ISBN: 978-14528980949



    Author: Tony Beshara; Foreword by Dr. Phil McGraw  
    Publisher: AMACOM (American Management Association)  
    ISBN: 978-0-8144-1762-1

    Author: John Bradberry

    Publisher: Amacom

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8144-1606-8




    Author: Diana B. Henriques

    Publisher: Times Books (Henry Holt Company)

    ISBN: 978-0-8050-9134-2


    Author: Peter Leeds.

    Publisher: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.

    ISBN: 978-1-118-01327-4


    Author: Jessica Kizorek

    ISBN: 9781884230172




    Author: Nick Bontis

    Publisher: Institute for Intellectual Capital Research

    ISBN: 978-0-9867945-0-6



    Author: Phil Trupp

    Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

    ISBN: 978-0-470-57989-3




    Author: Jeff Augen
    Publisher: FT Press
    ISBN: 978-0-13-713182-2


    Author: Vineer Bhansali
    Publisher: McGraw Hill
    ISBN: 978-0-07-162370-4



    Author: Paul Teetor
    Publisher: O’Reilly

    ISBN: 978-0-596-80915-7


    Authors: Alison Zarella and Dan Zarella

    ISBN: 978-1-449-38848-5




    Author: Mike Sprouse

    ISBN: 976-1-59932-266-7

    Publisher: Advantage






    Author: Ngai Hang Chan
    Publisher: Wiley
    ISBN: 978-0470414354

    The book not only does a great job of highlighting the subtleties of using time series techniques in finance, but also gives an in-depth understanding in a structure that is geared towards the practitioner.

    Authors: Linda F. Radke and contributors

    Editor: Salvatore Caputo

    Publisher: Five Star Publications

    ISBN: 1877749-36-2

    A Gold Mine of Information!


    Author: Linda Faulkner

    Publisher: NorLights Press

    ISBN: 978-1-935254-27-0




    Author: Dan and Alison Zarrella
    Publisher: O’Reilly
    ISBN: 978-1-449-38848-5
     
    If you own your own business, can you afford to ignore or neglect an online market that consists of over 500 million active users, half of whom log in every day?  Hardly.


    Author: Ruey S. Tsay
    Publisher: Wiley
    ISBN: 978-0-470-41435


    Author: Tom Connellan

    ISBN: 978-0-9769506-2-2

    Publisher: Peak Performance Press, ISBN: 978-0-9769506-2-2



    Author: Philipp K. Janert
    Publisher: O'Reilly
    ISBN: 978-0-596-80235-6


    Analyzing data has become more sophisticated and involved with a parabolic increase in data sources and increasing demands to make sense out of data collected by organizations. Data analysis with open source tools aims to highlight the major techniques in analyzing data using tools which are essentially free.

    Author: Mark Levy

    Publisher: Barrett-Koehler Publishers Inc

    ISBN: 978-1-60509-525-7

    The objective of Mark Levy's Accidental Genius: Using Writing to Generate Your Best Ideas, Insight, and Content is to teach readers how to get at what is inside their heads so as to convert the raw material of their thoughts into something usable and extraordinary. Levy calls this technique freewriting and it has helped him and others solve all kinds of business problems, generate ideas for books, articles and blog posts.


    Authors: Marc Cenedella and Matthew Rotenberg

    ISBN: 978-1-935703-10-5


    Author: Harry Markopolos

    Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc.

    ISBN: 978-0-470-55373-2

    After reading Harry Markopolos`s No One Would Listen, I had to shake my head in disbelief and mutter the old adage ``there's none so blind as those who will not see.``



    Author: Joseph Adler
    Publisher: O'Reilly
    ISBN: 978-0-596-80170-0

    R is a leading open source statistical analysis software that has gained acceptance both among academic and business users in the past several years.
    R in a Nutshell is a concise but still comprehensive desktop reference to R.



    Author: Roger E. Hawkins Ph.D

    ISBN: 978-1452865263

    For anyone seeking a little insight into their life make-up, based on one’s SLE’s, and business decision making as a result of same this may be a fun read. Will it set the business world on fire? I seriously doubt it!

    Author: Julie MacIntosh

    Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc

    ISBN: 978-0-470-59270-0



    Author: Steven Schussler
    Publisher: Union Square Press (October 5, 2010)
    ISBN: 978-1402762895

    This book is a good choice for individuals who are aspiring to be successful in their business or those who are already in the business world wondering whether there's anything else that can be done to build up their business.

    Author: Dr. Carl M. Powe, Jr.

    ISBN:  978-1-4327-4565-3



    Carl M. Powe, Jr. has published a book for job seekers, which looks at job hunting in a different point of view.  As the book titles states, Career Planning and Development – in Reverse, takes you on a step by step method of looking for a fulfilling job from the end result – in reverse

    Author: Tom Connellan, PhD

    Publisher: Peak Performance Press

    ISBN: 978-0-9769506-3-9

    Dr. Connellan has produced a concise and easy to follow handbook on how you and your organization can improve your bottom line and increase job satisfaction amongst your subordinates


    Author: Jim Randel

    ISBN: 978-0-9824390-0-5


    Author: Jim Randel

    ISBN: 978-0984441815

    Publisher: Rand Media Co

     

    The Skinny on Networking takes a direct, fast and teachable approach to networking

    Author: Patricia DiVecchio

    Publisher: Pearhouse Press
    ISBN: 978-0-98023-554-8

    First, let me admit that I read and review a lot of business books for Bookpleasures. Honestly, I was expecting another mundane business book, but this book was anything but mundane. It was imaginative and inventive. It made me look for new ideas


    Publisher: McGraw Hill

    Authors:  Mark Wise, Vineer Bhansali

    ISBN: 978-0071621205

    Fixed Income Finance - A Quantitative Approach is well recommended as it succeeds in explaining rigorously the fundamentals of fixed income modeling in a clear, direct and transparent way. The book is compact and explains the key instruments to highlight the concepts, while retaining a strong focus on modeling techniques





    Publisher: Wiley Financial

    Authors: Kenneth H Marks, Larry E Robbins, Gonzalo Fernandez, John P Funkhouser, and D L Williams

    ISBN: 978-0-470-390153

    The Handbook of Financing Growth is a great resource for business owners and managers not just as a solid framework to analyze their strategy and financing needs but also to decide the best financing option for their businesses available from different sources


    Author: Gary Fong
    ISBN: 978-1-933771-91-5
    Publisher: BenBella Books, Inc

    Fong has succeeded in narrating a gripping success story that offers insight after business insight. It is more than a tale about a shrewd businessman, but rather a story about a visionary that will inspire readers to think creatively and individually, and not be prevented from taking action by limited resources



    Author: Carolyn Howard-Johnson
    ISBN: 9781451546149   

    This is a book to keep on hand for reference so readers can consider and perhaps re-think these concise ideas that demand complex operations



    Author: Jay Block
    ISBN:  978-0-07166328-1
    Publisher:  McGraw Hill

    I have recommended this book to so many people in my social circle already and can barely contain my excitement when I do so


    Author:  Jeff Havens
    ISBN:  0-9843022-0-4

    When I first heard about this book, How To Get Fired – The New Employee's Guide to Perpetual Unemployment I thought it was crazy but at the same time quite intriguing

    Author: Henry L. Thompson, Ph.D.
    Publisher: Jossey-Bas,
    ISBN: 978-0-470-58903-8

    This was one of the best books on leadership and stress that I have ever had the pleasure to read and review


    Author: Marian Anthony
    Publisher: Grassroots Publishing Group
    ISBN: 978-1-4507-1043-5


    Author: Lou Belcher
    ISBN: 978-1450598255

    Books of this genre walk a fine line: they must be entertaining and attractive while remaining accessible. This one definitely fills the bill on all accounts


    Authors: Mike O'Neill & Lori Ruff
    ISBN: 978-14505805-5-7


    As pointed out: “People do not get involved on Linkedin to HIDE. They are, for the most part, there to be FOUND-found by people they WANT to be found by.”

    Authors: Ivan Misner, Ph.D., David Alexander & Brian Hilliard
    Publisher: Entrepreneur Press
    ISBN: 10-1-59918-356-0
    ISBN: 13: 978-59918-356-5

    It seems in today’s high tech world, a great deal of promotion and networking is geared toward online readers and businesses. But, the world does not begin and end with the internet—we tend to forget about the original form of networking which if face-to-face



    Author: Nilofer Merchant
    Publisher: O'Reilly
    ISBN: 978-0-596-15625-1

    The New How provides a comprehensive step by step approach to the process of diagnosing, brainstorming and implementing organizational strategy



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