- In an article about how Brazil’s economy is evolving, the Economist’s Schumpeter column visits Heliopolis, one of Sao Paulo’s largest shanytowns and finds”[a]mong the books in the favela’s surprisingly well-stocked library is Tom Peters’s The Circle of Innovation.”
- BusinessWeek profiled the fast-food chain Panda Express and its founders Andrew and Peggy Cherng in their November 22, 2010 issue.
“[Andrew] Cherng is an avid consumer of self-improvement programs. He urges his Pandas to maintain health lifestyles and eat a well-rounded diet; he recently challenged the Pandas to run three miles in under 36 minutes. He has since 2003 been a participant in Life Academy, a Taiwanese organization that follows a “life manual” dedicated to the “advancement of the human spirit.” He is a devotee of Stephen Covey’s Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Deepak Chopra’s The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success, and Don Miguel Ruiz’s Four Agreements.
- And I have been looking for this – a visual map to financial crisis books that was published in BusinessWeek with their All The Devils Are Here book review: