1 edition of Times found in the catalog.
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An enhanced version of our page Custom Birthday Book, the Ultimate offers additional features to make it a lasting treasure and an heirloom gift. Let me begin this review with an unreserved statement of praise: Andrew Roberts is a remarkably gifted writer of vivid narrative prose, and a talented, popular historian. All Sales are Final. He was thoughtful, intelligent and enormously talented. Each year, McKinsey and the Financial Times team up to sift through a year's worth of business titles and crown just one the most interesting and impactful of the bunch.
Or what events shaped your parents' lifetime? Overview This 12" x 15" best seller was inspired by a New York mayor who wanted to present a personalized compendium of Times front pages to his mother for her th birthday. Due out this month in the U. The Ultimate also features five pages of newsworthy events from your chosen year and a collection of world-changing front pages.
A Times exclusive, this "year you were born book" is available with a leatherette cover with foil-stamped embossing or with a luxurious linen cover with an intricately debossed area that highlights the personalization. The 16 Best Business Books of A must-read list for business leaders this fall. Due out this month in the U. Lyman recounts his time serving with the Seabees in Chu Lai, where the Seabees built roads, airfield runways, buildings and other projects. It "suggests how humans could rethink the basis of this new technology so that machines conform to our goals, not vice versa," says the FT.
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Coyne Jr. Firefighting by Ben Bernanke, Timothy Geithner, and Henry Paulson It's hard to imagine a more impressively credentialed trio of authors than a former Fed chief and two former treasury secretaries. I loved Range," said Malcolm Gladwell.
Camillo Olivetti; his multi-talented dynamo son, Adriano; and the merely brilliant grandson, Roberto. When we hear JAY-Z, we listen to the incomparable tongue of American democracy expressed by a people too long held underfoot.
But in this book she, "lays out scenarios for optimistic, pragmatic, and catastrophic outcomes -- all extrapolated from current facts," 4. Invisible Women by Caroline Criado Perez In this pick, writer and activist Criado Perez "lays out how designers and developers have persistently excluded or downplayed women in the data sets they use, to dangerous effect," explains the FT.
Or what events shaped your parents' lifetime? Published on: Aug 19, The opinions expressed here by Inc. At pages, it probably isn't light reading.
Produced in Vermont. I learned much from this book I had not previously known. Boom by Michael Shnayerson A history of the contemporary art market might sound boring, but the reviews of this book by a former Vanity Fair editor all insist it is anything but.
Unfortunately, it's not out in the U. In what well may be an understatement, Professor Sean Wilentz characterizes Michael Lind as "One of those wonderfully unpredictable writers who does not allow his Times book to overrule his ideas.
Even when one disagrees with some of the conclusions he reaches, reading his work is always a pleasure and often a source of fresh insights. He is as transcendent a cultural icon as Frank Sinatra [and] It contains the front page from a loved one's day of birth and every birthday that followed.
Haponski points out in his authoritative and extensively detailed "Autopsy of an Unwinnable War: Vietnam" that America never had a real chance to win the war in Vietnam, just as the earlier French Expeditionary Corps had lost its war in the s. Each year, McKinsey and the Financial Times team up to sift through a year's worth of business titles and crown just one the most interesting and impactful of the bunch.
Now he's a University of Chicago economist who believes his profession has neglected the role of community in how people decide and behave. Pages after are in full color.
He was thoughtful, intelligent and enormously talented. Range by David Epstein A bestseller, this defense of generalists in a world that celebrates specialists has won rave reviews. As the recipient flips through the book, it will take them back to the most important headlines, articles and photos from the perspective of The Times.
That's not just myopic, Rajan argues; it's dangerous," says Amazon. Only the immense daily record of The Times can inspire such rich and personalized reflection. If ordering for this year's birthday, be sure to order the day of the birthday or later to include this year's page.
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Established inTimes bookstores has been a provider to the reading needs of Singapore and Malaysia for close to 40 years. Top stories in Books. Adam Cohen’s book is a damning indictment of vested interests stacked against the poor The Financial Times and its journalism are subject to a self-regulation.
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Jan 26, · President Donald Trump in August told his then-national security adviser John Bolton that he wanted to continue holding military aid to Ukraine until the country helped with investigations into.
This January, we launched Book Review Live, a new event series celebrating the written word. Our first event marked the publication of the latest book by Pulitzer Prize winners Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn — “Tightrope: Americans Reaching for Hope.”.
In a discussion led by Jennifer Szalai, The Times’s nonfiction book critic, the authors explored the disintegration of America’s.