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Wolf Hustle: A Black Woman on Wall Street

An absorbing, instructive look at the victories and pitfalls of a life driven by the hustle. The page space that Fabré devotes to her youth might frustrate those hoping for even more dirt on the Wall Street life, but it’ll strike a chord with readers who recognize her aspirations and yearnings.
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The Brain-Friendly Workplace

A compelling read for anyone interested in understanding how brain chemistry can improve job performance and workplace satisfaction.

Global Class: How the World’s Fastest-Growing Companies Scale Globally by Focusing Locally

Business readers will enjoy learning more about how their favorite companies operate on a global scale. Recommended as a first purchase for all public and academic library collections.
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The Devil Never Sleeps: Learning To Live in an Age of Disasters

Kayyem’s timely and well-organized study is recommended for nonfiction collections, particularly those where interest in business, management, government, or the environment is high.
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Build the Damn Thing: How To Start a Successful Business If You’re Not a Rich White Guy

Inspirational, intriguing and practical, Finney’s toolkit is especially good for would-be entrepreneurs, entrepreneurs who have recently started a business, and business students. Highly recommended.
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Trust and Inspire: How Truly Great Leaders Unleash Greatness in Others

A timely look at management styles during the COVID pandemic, and a thought-provoking look at leadership. Recommended especially for practitioners and for students and faculty of business schools.

Banking on Freedom: Black Women in U.S. Finance Before the New Deal

Given the few historical treatments of black women is business, this book is long overdue. It will appeal to all interested in U.S. and African American history.
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Michael Curtiz: A Life in Film

With thorough knowledge of film history, telling anecdotes, and interviews, the author illuminates Curtiz's colorful career while also providing insightful portraits of actors, writers, and studio heads. Highly recommended.
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The Man Who Made the Movies: The Meteoric Rise and Tragic Fall of William Fox

It is no reflection on Krefft's accomplishment that this may be more than most casual readers need to know about the man whose name lives on in 20th Century Fox. For those desiring less in-depth coverage, Merrill T. McCord's recent William Fox and the Fox Film Corporation may be a suitable alternative.
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