Gloria McDonough-Taub is the senior editor of blogs at CNBC.com and the author of the network's blog, "Bullish on Books." She reviews the books that come in to CNBC and works with the shows to decide which author has a good enough story to be featured on our site or on our air. McDonough-Taub has nearly 30 years of TV experience including local and national news, documentaries, talk shows and syndication. She's interviewed presidents, pundits, and pampered princesses. Now she just wants to kick back and read a good book.
President George W. Bush will be on TV tonight to deliver his farewell address. He has said, “Whatever I say, it shouldn’t be very long.” I’m sure he’s saving the "long" stuff for his book. But will his book be the must-read? Vote now.
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Viscusi’s book delivers a sucker punch to the gut – one that wakes you up and knocks you silly with real strategies to protect your job and your family’s financial future. He writes that this is no time for crybabies so quit your boo-hooing about merit and fairness and start improving your chemistry with the boss right now!
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An author shares his real-life advice on how to find a job when it seems like there are no jobs to be found.