New Business Best-Sellers: May 2012
It's not quite time to worry about choosing your beach reading yet. But Memorial Day is coming, and so it is time to think ahead just a little. With that in mind, here is a selection of books new to the New York Times list of Business Best Sellers published this last Sunday, May 13th.
Also, a quick look at the Nielsen BookScan listing in the weekend's Wall Street Journal shows some titles new to this column, although one of them, The Art of the Sale, was mentioned in a recent look at The Economist's business book picks. Enjoy!
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New York Times, May 13, 2012
- All In, by Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton (5)
- Reverse Information, by Vijay Govindarajan and Chris Trimble (7)
- By Invitation Only, by Alexis Mayband and Alexandra Wilkis (10)
Wall Street Journal, May 12-13, 2012
- End This Depression Now, by Paul Krugman (WSJ 2)
- Private Empire, by Steve Coll (WSJ 3)
- The Art of the Sale, by Philip Delves Broughton (WSJ 8)
- The 4 Disciplies of Execution, by Chris McChesney, Sean Covey, Jim Huling (WSJ 9) - This should be available at NYPL soon.
- Every Nation for Itself, by Ian Bremmer (WSJ 10)