Book Review: “Rossen to the Rescue”
Book Review: “Rossen to the Rescue”

If you have anything to protect, or if you merely live and operate in today’s world, here’s your next book. “Rossen to the Rescue” does double-duty: it keeps you safe, and it makes you chuckle.

Book Review: “Slugfest: Inside the Epic 50-Year Battle Between Marvel and DC”
Book Review: “Slugfest: Inside the Epic 50-Year Battle Between Marvel and DC”

Remember summer afternoons with a pile of comics and a cold drink by your elbow? It’s hard to believe that the focus of that childhood memory was Big Business then, and even bigger now.

Book Review: You Get What You Pitch For
Book Review: You Get What You Pitch For

Pitching isn't just selling. It's a superpower.

Book Review: How Do I Get There From Here?
Book Review: How Do I Get There From Here?

Retirement lies ahead...someday. But how do you plan and act properly to get to that point?

Book Review: “In A Daze Work”
Book Review: “In A Daze Work”

From a dawn’s-early morning, to a starlit bedtime, author Siobhán Gallagher pokes lightheartedly at the average worker’s existence, which can be sharply hilarious and altogether too familiar.

Book Review: “The Long Haul”
Book Review: “The Long Haul”

“The Long Haul” is one of those rare books that peeks inside the trucking and logistics industry—which you almost never hear about—from a voice that’s more upbeat than hammer-down.

Book Review: “Popular: The Power of Likability in a Status-Obsessed World”

Author Mitch Prinstein makes us want to look inward to explain why we’re always invited for Happy Hour (or not), and why co-workers cheer or groan at certain names on team projects.

Book Review: “Fully Connected: Surviving and Thriving in an Age of Overload”

“Connection is the very essence of life,” writes author Julia Hobsbawm. But it’s also important that “the power of being connected is… [knowing] the opposite – when to disconnect and unplug.”

Book Review: “The End of Advertising”
Book Review: “The End of Advertising”

Who’s the best ad-rep to entrust your ad dollars? Are your ads working — or do you need “The End of Advertising”? What author Andrew Essex ultimately finds — and recommends — really could change the world.