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.
In making the award Lloyd C. Blankfein, Chairman and CEO, The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc., commented: 'This is an important and thoughtful book. It provides real insight into many of the fundamental issues that can help alleviate poverty.'
What Achenbach has done in his meticulously researched book, is take us behind the scenes revealing the struggles and battles between the BP engineers and government scientists who were working (together and often against each other) to kill the runaway well.
Gaining unprecedented access to Google's top management and hundreds of current and former employees, Levy takes readers inside to see how the company really operates; how it develops new products, how employees are treated (they're not all pampered) and how the search engine giant is posed to handle its biggest challenges from newer rivals like Facebook.
People who seek love often do crazy things - but what Howard Schultz did in February 2008 to get his customers and his employees to "fall back in love with Starbucks," made history - and probably saved his company. Now he's telling that story in his new book, "Onward."
A new book explores what causes people to "get used" to things and quit striving to max their potential.
Here are seven leaders who broke classic business rules and forever changed their business and even their industries.
Here's how to avoid the three biggest mistakes when you're talking to the troops.
An author shares his real-life advice on how to find a job when it seems like there are no jobs to be found.