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3.22 out of 53.22 out of 53.22 out of 53.22 out of 53.22 out of 5 3.22 (0 ratings) (rate this audio book) Author: Ken Auletta Narrator: James Lurie and Eliza Floss Publisher: Random House Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: March 2001 ISBN:
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An exciting new annual anthology: a year's worth of the most interesting, noteworthy, and best-written articles on all aspects of the business world.

Series editor Andrew Leckey and guest editor Marshall Loeb have scoured the print media and have consulted with editors of major business and general-interest publications and with the deans of several schools of journalism in order to find the 30 best business stories from the past 12 months.

Among the articles selected: Ken Auletta on Herb Allen's CEO retreat, from The New Yorker; Diane Brady on Martha Stewart, from Business Week; and Steve Silberman on creating a borderless global cyber-marketplace, from Wired. Other pieces come from the pages of Harper's, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, The Nation, and Rolling Stone.

Comprehensive in the range of its subjects and consistent in the quality of the writing, this volume marks the beginning of a fascinating new anthology series. Download and start listening now!

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About the Author
Author Ken Auletta

Ken Auletta has written the Annals of Communications column for the New Yorker since 1992. He is the author of eight books and was named America’s premier media critic by the Columbia Journalism Review. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and daughter.