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At Your Fingertips -
Who Says It's a Man's World: The Girls' Guide to Corporate Domination
Author Emily Bennington's approachable overview of strategic influence.
Tweak It: Make What Matters to You Happen Every Day
Author Cali Williams Yost's tips to managing work and personal life.
Business in Blue Jeans
Author Susan Baroncini-Moe takes a holistic approach to starting and running a company.
Grace: A Memoir by Grace Coddington
Vogue's creative director shares her engaging story.
Clubs Have Their Perks--and Glaring Limitations
Author Janet Pucino reminds readers that innovation always trumps likeability.
Rising Stars: Developing Millennial Women as Leaders
Author Elisabeth Kelan offers a scholarly look at the means of fostering young women in the workforce.
American Turnaround: Reinventing AT&T and GM and the Way We Do Business in the USA
How a CEO taught his company to stop passing the buck and start making progress.
Make Room for Her
A guide for female middle managers contemplating a move up the ladder.
High-Flying Women: A World History of Female Pilots
The sky was not the limit for these enterprising women.
How Women Lead
Capitalizing on your unique business sensibilities.
I Shouldn't Be Telling You This: Success Secrets Every Gutsy Girl Should Know
Former Cosmopolitan editor Kate White offers frank career advice.
Developing Women Leaders: A Guide for Men and Women in Organizations
Author Anna Marie Valerio's comprehensive primer about a complex subject.
Hedy's Folly: The Life and Breakthrough Inventions of Hedy Lamarr, the Most Beautiful Woman in the World
Author Richard Rhodes? biography of an unlikely innovator ahead of her time.
The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women: Why Capable People Suffer from the Impostor Syndrome and How to Thrive in Spite of It
Valerie Young wants to reshape the way you measure how competent you are.
Inside Coca-Cola: A CEO's Life Story of Building the World's Most Popular Brand
Neville Isdell capped off his retirement by becoming the king of pop.
The Mountain Within: Leadership Lessons and Inspiration for Your Climb to the Top
Author Herta von Stiegel scales summits en route to becoming a better business leader.
Daughters of the Declaration
Author Claire Gaudiani explores how female social entrepreneurs built the American dream.
China's Billion-Dollar Buying and Selling Spree
In his new book, author Karl Gerth examines how Chinese consumers are vibrantly transforming domestic and international markets.
What Charities Can Teach Corporations
Author Nancy Lublin explores the idea that for-profit businesses can learn from charitable organizations that run on shoestring budgets.
An Invisible Thread
In her new book, Manhattan sales executive Laura Schroff describes how her unlikely friendship with a young panhandler changed both of their lives.
How Do You Increase Customer Loyalty
Author Jeanne Bliss describes how top brands engender deep affection among consumers.
An Ode to Chocolate
A new book brings to life the 150-year battle between Britain's Cadbury and its Swiss and American competitors for sweet supremacy.
Leadership Lessons from 100 Years of the Girl Scouts
In the new book Tough Cookies, the CEO of this iconic organization describes how girls build on lessons learned at a young age to change society.
Book Review: The Dirty Life
Author Kristin Kimball details her road from Manhattan writer to sustainable farmer.
Book Review: Weaving Dreams
Tami Longaberger describes her rise through the business ranks in her new autobiography.
Extraordinary, Ordinary People
Condoleeza Rice tells the story of her family and early influences in her new autobiography.
Can a Woman Have All Things at Once?
TV journalist Mika Brzezinski asks the question - and answers it for herself - in her new autobiography.
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
Unexplored issues of race, science and medical ethics come to light in this illuminating biography.
Growing Up Great With Math and Money
PNC provides financial literacy resources for kids - and helps grow the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Lessons From the Guitar Shop
In his new autobiography, Bob Taylor, founder of the iconic Taylor Guitars brand, offers valuable lessons for entrepreneurs from his company's history.
Book Review: The Twisted Sisterhood
Author Kelly Valen takes on the intricacies of women's friendships and working relationships in this book sparked by her own "mean girls" encounter.
Speak Up for Women Business Owners
If you own at least a quarter of your business, the W-Biz Insight online survey panel may provide a new way for you to learn from other women and contribute to exceptional research.
Commemorating Women's History Month
"Women Who Achieve" video series on youtube.com/pnc shares the first-hand experience of PNC executives with career-bound college women.
Coco Chanel: An Original Entrepreneur
In an age when women didn't wear trousers, Chanel not only inspired women to take style cues from men, but she also challenged the notion that men were better suited to business than women.
How Important is Your Call
Author Emily Yellin looks at the role customer service and call centers play in modern society, and ways companies can use them to improve business retention. -->
Bury My Heart at Conference Room B
In his new book, author Stan Slap calls upon years of experience with industry-leading companies to show how adherence to integrity and values builds great leaders at all levels.
What Is Power Friending?
Social media can serve your business, if you know how to use it. This new book offers tips that simplify the transition from real-world communication to virtual networking.
In Pursuit of a Passion
While Sandra Bullock captures attention onscreen, her sister Gesine gave up the glamour of Hollywood to open a bakery in northern Vermont - a story she tells in her new book.
Finding the Road to Someplace Better
Lillian Lincoln Lambert, the first black woman to earn an MBA from Harvard Business School, describes her rise from rural poverty to the upper echelon of American business.
Win Friends Around the World
Etiquette varies across cultures, providing a challenge for globally mobile business leaders. These resources can help you prepare to make the best impression on international contacts.
Are You Indispensable?
In his new book, Seth Godin asks that question and encourages readers to find the art in their work.
Tips for Business Dining
Etiquette is sometimes lacking among today's young employees. Here are a few simple reminders to help them get off to a good start at your next business lunch.
The Secret History of Barbie
Meet the woman who created the world's most famous doll and grew Mattel from the ground up.
Quick Ways to Track Time on the Go
New mobile apps free billable employees from the desktop while they still capture every minute and every expense.
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