Why libraries still matter in a world of smartphones and what can be done to ensure their survival.
The 68th National Book Awards were held Wednesday at Cipriani New York; the parade of glitterati included actress Anne Hathaway and former President Bill Clinton—now one of a family of three bestselling authors.
Maintaining an inclusive workplace means addressing more than cultural differences
Of 37 library-related ballot measures in 16 states, 27 were passed, including a $125 million New Jersey Library Construction Bond
People come to Singapore to exchange knowledge and to exchange publishing rights
Women in book publishing are in more of the jobs than ever but occupy fewer than half the managerial positions.
Executives, editors and salespeople have endured everything from harassment to assault.
Until code entirely does away with contracts human beings will continue to add a value that no machine ever can.
“It’s a rare feat when a personal story clearly elucidates hotly-contested political battles. Gidla’s deep generosity of spirit is evident on every page.”
“Diversity and inclusion are worthy pursuits in their own rights – but they are also business imperatives.”