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Eat Mor Chikin: Inspire More People: Doing Business the Chick-fil-A Way
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Eat Mor Chikin: Inspire More People: Doing Business the Chick-fil-A Way

By Cathy, S. Truett

Decatur, Georgia: Looking Glass Books, Inc, 2002. Book. As New. Hardcover. Signed by Author(s). 8vo -- 8.75 in Tall. As new, red cloth, gilt titling, b&w photos. Signed by author with his customary Biblical citation. Cathy writes about the Christian values that have guided the growth of his Georgia-based fried-chicken chain into a $1 billion business. The title reflects the quirky marketing campaign that used a cow as a mascot..

$13.30

The Career Coward's Guide to Job Searching

By Piotrowski, Katy

Indianapolis: JIST Works, 2008. Book. Fine. Trade Paperback. First Paperback Edition. 8vo-- 9 in Tall. 187 pp. New, unread, no markings. Advance reading copy. Very readable guide to a systematic approach to finding a new job. Designed for people who may lack confidence in their work abilities or experience. As a recent employee displaced by a corporate downsizing, I can vouch her pointers are realistic and useful even in a recessionary job market..

$6.18

Outlaw Machine: Harley Davidson and the Search for the American Soul
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Outlaw Machine: Harley Davidson and the Search for the American Soul

By Yates, Brock

Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1999. Book. Good +. Cloth Strip & Boards. First Edition Stated.. 249 pp., 16 pp. glossy color and b&w photos. Library stampings, and first page excised. Text complete and clean. Binding sturdy. Mylar protector. Black slash mark on bottom and top edges. Car & Driver editor Brock Yates presents a mostly glowing account of the Harley-Davidson company, and the Harley lifestyle. Includes material on the Hell's Angels but noting the outlaw clubs are 1 percenters, nothing more. Jacket blurbs include praise from the late Hunter S. Thompson. A discard from the DeBary, Fl., public library, lightly read. Size: 8mo -- 9.25 in..

$4.75

American Newspaper Directory

By Newspaper Advertising Bureau

NY: George P. Rowell & Co., 1879. Book. Fair -. Decorative Boards. 532 pp. Boards present but detached, spine cloth missing. Textblock intact. Pencil squiggles and arithmetic on endpapers. Publication date not present but likely 1879 or 1880, considering references to 1870 Census and dated quotations about newspapers. A quarterly listing of all newspapers and periodicals in the U.S., arranged by state and city. Most of the newspapers are now long gone or merged. Rear sections include lists of specialized publications by topic; foreign language newspapers; Canadian publications, plus several dozen pages of ads for individual newspapers seeking advertising. Formerly owned by Herbert "Tippen" Davidson Jr., deceased publisher of the Daytona Beach News-Journal (now owned by the New Media Investment chain). Size: 8vo -- 8.25 in Tall.

$9.50

How Successful People Think
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How Successful People Think

By Maxwell, John C.

NY: Center Street, 2009. Book. Very Good +. Glossy Boards. First Edition.. 127 pp. Light sticker remains and retail price sticker on rear cover. Else close to new. Text clean. Guidance in applying the Golden Rule and focused thinking for success and satisfaction in daily life. Subtitle: Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life. Presented in short numbered paragraphs, similar to a devotional or meditation guide. Author is a well-known leadership consultant for corporations. Size: 12 Mo -- 6.5 In Tall.

$3.80

Oct. 20, 2002 Issue -- End of Middle-Class America Cover

By New York Times Magazine

NY: NY Times Co., 2002. Book. Good. Newspaper Supplement. 146 pp. Moderate wear, some thumbing, but intact. Cover story by economist Paul Klugman is Part 1 of a 2-part series on growing income inequality in America. Coupled with a photo portfolio by William Eggleston showing middle-class life in 1965-74. Accidentally (or deliberately?), the same issue includes a 46-page special advertising section featuring various mansions and penthouses for sale, in NY and elsewhere. Issue also has an article on Karl Rove's political work for George Bush. Size: 4to -- 11.5 In..

$4.75

Roots of Steel: Boom and Bust in an American Mill Town
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Roots of Steel: Boom and Bust in an American Mill Town

By Rudacille, Deborah

NY: Pantheon (Random House), 2010. Book. Good +. Cloth & Boards. First Edition Stated.. 290 PP. index, extensive reference notes. Although a library copy, this book has minimal wear and no markings except library discard stamps. Mylar protector. Jacket has historical photos of steel workers. The author, a science writer who grew up near the Sparrows Point steel mill, combines personal narrative and sociological research to document how a mill town once prospered and then declined. Size: 8vo-- 9.5 In Tall.

$4.75

A Conspiracy of Paper
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A Conspiracy of Paper

By Liss, David

NY: Ballantine Books, 2001. Book. Very Good. Trade Paperback. 11th Printing.. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 439 pp. Light rippling ofabout 20 rear pages. Txt OK. Binding firm, no markings. Includes a 10-page interview with the author. A historical thriller about a Jewish boxer who is a sort of bounty hunter in the rough and tumble financial world of 18th century London. The hero uncovers a stock fraud as he investigates his father's death. Marketed as a "New York Times Notable Book" with a laudatory cover blurb by Times reviewer Christopher Lehmann-Haupt. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$3.80

The Money Game

By Smith, Adam

NY: Random House, 1968. Book. Very Good. Cloth. 305 pp. Primer on Wall Street and investment theories. This lively book, written by a market insider using a pseudonym, debunks much of the technical esoterica surrounding the market. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$4.75

How Americans Can Buy American

By Simmermaker, Roger

Consumer Patriotism Corp., 2008. Book. Near Fine. Trade Paperback. 3rd Edition.. 503 pp. Nearly new, light spine crease, text clean and square. A consumer guide encouraging Americans to buy goods and services "Made in USA." Introductory chapter provides general information on how to find domestic merchandise. Later chapters list brand names for various types of US-made products. Includes bibliography. Timely infornation as US politicians continue to debate impact and desirability of free trade. Size: 8vo -- 8 in Tall.

$6.18

Free $tuff For Seniors
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Free $tuff For Seniors

By Matthew Lesko; Mary Ann Martello

Peachtree City, Ga.: FC&A Publishing, 2000. Book. Very Good. Glossy Boards. 380 pp. Well organized and usable directory of free samples and services available to the elderly, or near-elderly. Text clean. Binding firm, slight spine slant. Includes both general pointers and hundreds of specific addresses, web sites and phone numbers. Various categories include health, drugs, housing expenses, travel, hobbies, legal costs and much more. Size: 8v0 -- 9.5 In Tall 9th Printing of Revised, Updated Edition..

$6.65

How Americans Can Buy American: The Power of Consumer Patriotism - Third Edition
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How Americans Can Buy American: The Power of Consumer Patriotism - Third Edition

By Roger Simmermaker

Orlando FL: Consumer Patriotism Corporation, 2008. Book. Very Good +. Trade Papeback. Third Edition.. 503 pp. Slight wear, faint spine crease. Text clean. A detailed consumer guide to finding products that are made in America; pointers on labeling laws. Introduction deals with trade issues, the effect of imports on manufacturing, the impact of NAFTA, etc. Hundreds of products categorized by product type and listed with county of origin. Updated edition. Size: 8vo -- 9 in High.

$5.70

January/February 2014 -- Six Emerging Economies

By Foreign Affairs

NY: Council on Foreign Relations, 2014. Book. Very Good +. Magazine. 209 pp. Close to new, spine uncreased. Cover story examines "Six Markets to Watch Now" (Economic prospectsfor Mexico, South Korea, Poland, Turkey, Indonesia, Philippines and Mekong region.) Also articles on social democracy's recent record in the U.S. (Obamacare, etc.) and a look at NAFTA from U.S., Canadian and Mexican perspectives. Book reviews examine nuclear weapon safety, immigration, the Great Recession and oil economics. Size: 8vo -- 10 in Tall.

$5.70

"Money 2002: The Long Hangover" -- June 9, 2002 Issue

By New York Times Magazine

NY: NY Times, 2002. Book. Good. Newpaper Supplement. 138pp. Moderate wear, corner creases, some wrinkling. Package of articles on the US economy in the wake of the 2000 dots-com boom and bust. Case study of the eToy.com failure. by Michael Sokolove. A look at post-Enron Houston. Photo essay about various couples in various regions at the median income level of $54,000; "The Earnings Cult" by Harris Collingwood; Nobel laureate economist Joseph Stiglitz weighs in on globalism. Size: 4vo -- 11.5 In Tall.

$3.80

Beating the Street

By Lynch, Peter (with Rothchild, John)

NY: Simon & Schuster, 1994. Book. Very Good. Trade Paperback. 1st Paperback Edition.. 332 pp. Very clean, sturdy, bookstore stamp on inside front cover. Paperback edition is a revised and updated version of the hardcover. Fidelity Investments guru Peter Lynch gives a basic introduction to the stock market and research techniques. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$3.47

Day Trade Online
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Day Trade Online

By Farrell, Christopher A.

NY: John Wiley & Sons, 1999. Book. Fine. Cloth. 3rd Printing.. 240 pp., index, charts. As new, text clean. A hedge fund manager gives newbies the basics on starting a day trading venture at home. Introduction to technical terms. Heavy emphasis on maintaining discipline. Topics include: What stocks to trade, when to trade, when to stay out of the game, how to trade on margin safely; forming a strategy for your trades. Size: 8vo -- 9.5 In..

$6.18

Competitive Advantage: Creating and Sustaining Superior Performance
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Competitive Advantage: Creating and Sustaining Superior Performance

By Porter, Michael E.

NY: Free Press, 1998. Book. Very Good +. Faux Leatherette on Boards. 40th Printing.. 557 pp. spine edge bumped, light wear to cover, but still new appearing.; Text clean. Leatherette type cloth is richer looking than other reprints. Gilt titling on spine bright. A Harvard business professor shows how to analyze a company by its various processes and price them competitively. Includes numerous diagrams and index. Size: 8vo -- 9.5 In.

$8.55

An Informal History of W.B. Saunders Company: On the Occasion of Its Hundredth Anniversary, 1e

By Dusseau MA, John L.

Philadelphia: Saunders/Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1988. Book. New. Cloth. First Edition.. 269 pp. As new, scarlet cloth with embossed image of the Saunders Building, gilt titling. Tight binding, text clean. A detailed history of the W. B. Saunders medical publishing company in Philadelphia, along with a discussion of medical publishing trends in general. Includes many photos of its executives and authors. Chronology and index. Size: 4to -- 10 in Tall.

$15.20

The Legend of Stanley : 150 Years of the Stanley Works
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The Legend of Stanley : 150 Years of the Stanley Works

By Rodengen, Jeffrey L.

Fort Lauderdale, FL.: Write Stuff Syndicate, 1996. Book. Fine. Leatherlike Cloth. 2nd Printing.. 197 pp. on glossy stock; bibliographic notes, index . Many color and b&w photos . As new. No markings. Promotional letter from Stanley CEO John Trani laid in. (reproduced signature). Appendix on collecting Stanley tools. History of the Stanley Works tool company from its earliest days in New Britain, Connecticut. Published to mark its 150th anniversary. Size: 4to--11.5 In Tall.

$21.85

Can't Buy My Love: How Advertising Changes the Way We Think and Feel
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Can't Buy My Love: How Advertising Changes the Way We Think and Feel

By Kilbourne, Jean

NY: Touchstone (Simon & Schuster), 2000. Remainder. Very Good. Trade Paperback. 5th Printing. 8vo -- 9.25 in Tall. 353 pp., about 30 pp. of notes and bibliography. Lightly read, slash mark on bottom edge. The average American is exposed to 3000 ads a day. Kilbourne paints a gripping portrait of how this barrage of advertising drastically affects young people, especially girls, by offering false promises of rebellion, connection and control. The Boston researcher also has studied alcohol and tobacco ads. 8vo -- 9.25 in Tall.

$4.28

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