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The B&N Podcast: Bobby Hundreds Reads the Street

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The B&N Podcast: Bobby Hundreds Reads the Street

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Bobby Hundreds joins us for a talk about his new memoir "This Is Not a T-Shirt," life as a streetwear pioneer, and the place where art, community and commerce meet.
Losing Earth: A Recent History

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Losing Earth: A Recent History

Reviewed by Peter Lewis ×

The evidence, warned scientists in 1979, was overwhelming: climate change was on its way. This is the story of what happened next.
The B&N Podcast: Clive Thompson on the World’s Most Important Language

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The B&N Podcast: Clive Thompson on the World’s Most Important Language

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What was the biggest programming decision in history? Clive Thompson talks about the culture --and the growing power -- of the people who speak in code.
The B&N Podcast: Julie Gaines Mixes Business and Family

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The B&N Podcast: Julie Gaines Mixes Business and Family

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The founder of the legendary NYC emporium Fishs Eddy joins us to talk about her charmingly illustrated graphic memoir and the challenges of running a rapidly growing business.
The B&N Podcast: Howard Schultz on From the Ground Up

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The B&N Podcast: Howard Schultz on From the Ground Up

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The former Starbucks CEO talks about his combination memoir and manifesto -- and his plans for the future.
The B&N Podcast: Beth Comstock on the Power of Imagination

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The B&N Podcast: Beth Comstock on the Power of Imagination

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The author of "Imagine it Forward" joins us for a conversation about the power of creativity in the workplace -- and the path she took to discovering it.
Compassionate Capitalism and the Birth of “Fair Trade”

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Compassionate Capitalism and the Birth of “Fair Trade”

By Steve King ×

Three decades ago this month the modern "Fair Trade" movement was born -- by a company that took inspiration from an 1860 novel of colonial exploitation.
The Personality Brokers

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The Personality Brokers

Reviewed by Katherine A. Powers ×

How a mother-daughter team invented a new way of thinking about the self, and spawned an industry of personality testing.
The B&N Podcast: Nassim Nicholas Taleb

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The B&N Podcast: Nassim Nicholas Taleb

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The counterintuitive thinker who brought us "The Black Swan" talks about his new book "Skin in the Game", and the relationship of risk to reward.
The B&N Podcast: Brent Gleeson

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The B&N Podcast: Brent Gleeson

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The former Navy SEAL joins us to talk about how he applied the principles that guide teams in the field to the task of managing change in business.
This Could Hurt

FICTION

This Could Hurt

Reviewed by Bethanne Patrick ×

Jillian Medoff's new novel turns on multiple cover-ups in a corporate human resources department.
The B&N Podcast: Daniel Pink

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The B&N Podcast: Daniel Pink

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Whether you're taking a math test or scheduling surgery, according to Daniel Pink, you're probably not thinking about the most important factor: what time is it?