Eighteen of the very best American short stories, each a classic in its own right. Stories include "The Little Frenchman and his Water Lots", by George Pope Morris; "The Angel of the Odd", by Edgar Allan Poe; "The Schoolmasters’s Progress", by Caroline M.S. Kirkland; "The Watkinson Evening", by Eliza Leslie; "Titbottom’s Spectacles", by George William Curtis; "My Double and "How He Undid Me", by Edward Everett Hale; "A Visit to the Asylum for Aged and Decayed Punsters", by Oliver Wendell; and more.
This July/August 2006 special double issue of The Harvard Business Review on the theme of sales, includes two complete articles: "Better Sales Networks" by Tuba Ustuner and David Godes; and "Ending The War Between Sales & Marketing" by Philip Kotler, Neil Rackham, and Suj Krishnaswamy. Plus, you'll hear OnPoint summaries of two articles: "How Right Should the Customer Be" by Erin Anderson and Vincent Onyemah, and "The Sales Learning Curve" by Mark Leslie and Charles A. Holloway.
This book on stress in the successful Chicken Soup for the Soul Healthy Living Series offers inspirational stories followed by positive, practical advice. It addresses the number-one lifestyle and health issue in America today: stress.
There's nowhere to hide when everybody you know or meet is trying to kill you. Scotty Desmond's day begins like any other until his boss calls him into the office, pulls out a gun, and starts shooting at him. Scott manages to escape the surprise assassination attempt, but everyone else he meets - colleagues, friends, and strangers alike - is similarly obsessed with killing him.
"SoftBank's $32 Billion Deal for Chip Designer ARM Is Britain's Biggest since Brexit" is from the July 18, 2016 Financial section of The New York Times. It was written by Leslie Picker, Mark Scott and Jonathan Soble and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.