Joe Nocera's Best Business Books

Joe Nocera, Business columnist for the New York Times, recently compiled a list of the best non-fiction business books. Books on the list which are owned by the Libraries are listed below. For a complete list, click here.
The box: how the shipping container made the world smaller and the world economy bigger HG 4928.5 L48 1989
The devil’s candy: the Bonfire of the Vanities goes to Hollywood PN 1997.B67963 S26 2002
Do you sincerely want to be rich? Library Annex HG 4530.R37
Father, son and co.: my life at IBM and beyond HD 9696.C64 I4887 1990
The Go-go years Library Annex HG 4910 .B74
Greed and glory on Wall street HG 5129.N5 A8 1986
Indecent exposure: a true story of Hollywood and Wall street Library Annex HV 6684.N5 M35 1982
The informant HV 8144.F43 E53 2000
The kingdom and the power PN 4899.N42 T574
Liar’s poker HG 4928.5 L48 1989
The smartest guys in the room HD 9502.U54 E5763 2004
Titan: the life of John D. Rockefeller, Sr. CT 275.R75 C47 1997