The Lobbyists: How Influence Peddlers Get Their Way in Washington [Hardcover]... 0812920864 / 9780812920864 New This is a new hardcover with dust jacket. 1992 Times Books. Flat signed by author on title page. Crisp and clean inside with clean shiny jacket. Ships USPS mail with free delivery confirmation. Arrives bubble wrapped from small bookstore. We love our books and want you to love them too!! Thank you for looking
Barry WerthThe Antidote Inside the World of New Pharma Simon & Schuster Publishing 2014 1451655665 / 9781451655667 Hardcover New New This is a new hardcover with dust jacket. In this book, the author draws upon unprecedented inside reporting spanning more then 2 decades to provide a groundbreaking close-up of the pharmaceutical company Vertex and the world of Big Pharma it inhabits. He captures the scope of drives to delivery breakthrough medicine and ives and inside look at the risky, ruthless world of pharmaceuticals. Combining science and business, money and lives, proves to be very dangerous indeed.
C.K. PhahaladThe Fortune At The Bottom of The Pyramid Eradicating Poverty Through Profits Wharton School Publishing 2005 0131467506 / 9780131467507 Third Printing Hardcover with CD New New This is a new hardcover with CD that includes 35 minutes of video filmed on location. The author argues in this book that the fastest growing market is where you would least expect it. Billions of poor people has immense entrepreneurial capabilities and buying power. He tells business leaders that they cannot afford to ignore bottom of the pyramid markets. He explains what is thought about BOP markets is wrong and how to unlock the "poverty penalty". The included CD contains 12 video case stories shot on location in India, Peru, Mexico, Brazil and Venezuela.
Tavis Smiley Cornel WestThe Rich and The Rest of Us A Poverty Manifesto Smiley Books 2012 1401940633 / 9781401940638 Paperback New There are nearly 150 million poor and near poor in America who are not responsible for the damage done by the Great Recession. Yet they pay the price. When the largest economic institutions in the world were brought to their knees, they went crawling to the government in search of salvation. The government obliged, allowing Wall Street to socialize its failure on the backs of Main Street Americans. Nearly 1/3rd of the American middle class - mostly families and children - have fallen into poverty.