The Best Business Stories of the Year: 2001 Edition

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Andrew Leckey, Marshall Loeb
Vintage Books, 2001 - Business & Economics - 421 pages
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The first installment of an exciting new annual anthology–a year's worth of the most interesting, noteworthy, and best-written articles on all aspects of the business world.

Series editor Andrew Leckey and guest editor Marshall Loeb have scoured the print media, consulted with the editors of major business and general interest publications, and surveyed journalism school deans in order to find the thirty best business stories from the past twelve months. Among those selected: Ken Auletta on Herb Allen's CEO retreat, from The New Yorker; Diane Brady on Martha Stewart, from Business Week; Steve Silberman on creating a borderless global cyber-marketplace, from Wired; and many others from the pages of Harper's, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, The Nation, and Rolling Stone.

Comprehensive in the range and consistent in the quality of the writing, this volume marks the beginning of a fascinating new anthology series.

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Leckey (columnist, Chicago Tribune; director, Reynolds Ctr. for Business Journalism at API) and Bogle (founder, Vanguard Group, Inc.) edit this compilation of the best business articles published ... Read full review

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This third annual edition contains the business stories published between July 1, 2001 and June 30, 2002, judged best by the editors. These stories appeared in such publications as the Wall Street ... Read full review

About the author (2001)

Andrew Leckey is a syndicated columnist for Tribune Media Services and teaches Business Journalism at the University of California at Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. He has been a television reporter for the syndicated Quicken.com Money Reports and an anchor on CNBC. His books include The Morningstar Approach to Investing.

Marshall Loeb is a syndicated columnist and commentator for CBS MarketWatch. He has served as managing editor at Fortune, Money, and The Columbia Journalism Review. His books include Marshall Loeb’s Lifetime Financial Strategies. He lives in Scarsdale, NY.


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