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By Niall Ferguson. 2013
An examination of institutional dysfunction in the Western world argues that such values as a free market and representative government… are being compromised while future generations are inheriting unmanageable levels of debt. 2013.
By Bob Burg, John David Mann. 2008
Authors Bob Burg and John David Mann have collected raves for this business parable about a young salesman who is… introduced to "go-givers," including a restaurateur, a CEO, a financial advisor, a real-estate broker, and the mysterious "Connector," all of whom impart valuable lessons on successful business strategies. 2008.
By Gary Hamel. 2008
By David Lewis. 1981
By P. J O'Rourke. 1998
In a treatise on economics by a conservative humourist, the author visits Wall Street to learn how the stock market… works. He then ventures to different countries with diverse economic systems to see which succeed. Concludes with the observation that the free market equals economic truth and wealth. 1998.
By Brooke Jeffrey. 2015
Providing fascinating insight into the origins of a new conservative vision for the economy, federalism, and domestic and foreign policies,… the author critically considers Prime Minister Harper’s successes and failures, and evaluates the likely outcome of his long-term vision for Canada. 2015.
By Patricia Phenix. 2002
A fact-filled history of the Eaton's store and its founding family, told through interviews with former staff and archival research.… In its heyday, entire homes and their contents could be ordered through the Eaton's catalogue; clerks were frequently on a first-name basis with customers; men who left to fight during World War II were given their jobs back when they returned. But by the 1990s, the company was battered, bleeding, perceived as unhip, and was finally closed in 1999, but not before its history was entwined with that of Canada. 2002.
By Robert L Heilbroner, Lester C Thurow. 1998
By John Kenneth Galbraith. 1987
By Paul Anthony Samuelson, Maryann O Keating. 1983
Collection of ninety-nine short essays by the Nobel-prize-winning liberal economist covering a wide range of topics from personal financing and… investing to international finance and the relationship between economics and democracy. c1983.
By Peter C Newman. 1997
Newman tackles the upheavals which reshaped Canadian society in the 1990s. He talks about the major figures in Canada and… the issues which rose to prominence. He also continues his chronicle of how Canada is changing as it loses its institutional touchstones, and why Eaton's is the latest icon to fall from grace. 1997.
By Don Cherry. 2016
For over a decade, Don Cherry hosted the TV show Grapevine, which brought viewers up close and personal with the… biggest names in sports. Presents behind-the-scenes access to some of his most fascinating and revealing interviews with the all-time greats. Includes stories about hockey greats Maurice "Rocket" Richard, Wayne Gretzky, Bobby Orr and Gordie Howe, and athletes and officials from other sports such as boxing, snooker, and baseball. Bestseller. 2016.
By Don Cherry, Al Strachan. 2008
Former hockey player and coach Don Cherry's comments on Hockey Night in Canada's "Coach's Corner" routinely make headlines as they… entertain, educate, and often upset some fans throughout North America. Now he presents his favourite stories from his career in hockey. And you can imagine the stories he has to tell. c2008.
By Edward Greenspon, Anthony Wilson-Smith. 1996
Two political journalists chart the first year's of Jean Chrétien's government. They discuss the main events of Chrétien's leadership, especially… the fight against the deficit, and portray the partnership which Chrétien and finance minister Paul Martin have forged. 1996.
By Ernest George Schwiebert. 1980
Collection of fourteen stories about trout and salmon fishing by an ardent practitioner of the sport. He describes experiences in… Iceland, Ireland, England, Norway, the Alaskan wilderness, Michigan, and the rugged rivers of the American West. 1980.
By Adrian Shubert. 1999
Discusses bullfighting as a social institution within the framework of a broader society. Traces modern bullfighting from the eighteenth to… the twentieth century, revealing changes in Spanish attitudes toward entrepreneurship and the bullfighters. Views the sport from the perspectives of business, politics, and gender. 1999.
A collection of essays by 16 contributors, including David Suzuki, Ralph Nader, Kevin Page, Maude Barlow, and Linda McQuaig. These… and other experts in their fields document key changes put in place by the Harper government in the areas of trade deals, the environment, youth activism, indigenous rights, economic growth, taxes, and wealth and poverty. 2015.
By Jared Bernstein. 2008
Is Social Security really going bust, and what does that mean to me? If I hire an immigrant, am I… hurting a native-born worker? How much can presidents really affect economic outcomes? Why does the stock market go up when employment declines? What's a "living wage"? Why do I feel so squeezed? 2008.
Paul McCord describes a detailed, yet flexible plan that has been proven to generate referrals in virtually any sales system… or environment and in any industry. This conversational reference guide features compelling real-world examples of common sales mistakes and solutions that will transform lost opportunities into real prospects. 2008.
According to the Small Business Administration, 90% of service businesses fail within the first five years. They fail not because… they don't offer great services and products, but because owners are uncomfortable with traditional marketing and sales. Here, Michael Port shares his proven system for getting more clients. 2007.