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The Green Consumer

By: John Elkington, Julia Hailes

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Penguin (Non-Classics): April 1990

Seller ID: 19402

ISBN: 0140127089

Condition: Used - Good


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Marx Selections (The Great Philosophers Series)

By: Karl Marx

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Prentice Hall College Div: December 1987

Seller ID: 18107

ISBN: 0024295213

Condition: Used - Good


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Blur : The Speed of Change in the Connected Economy

By: STANLEY M. DAVIS, CHRISTOPHER MEYER

Price: $10.00

Publisher: N/A: March 1998

Seller ID: 20620

ISBN: 0201339870

Condition: Used - Good


Speed. Intangibles. Connectivity. As these three forces converge, every dimension of business behavior is being challenged to its core. If you think that business can be sustained by the old rules of mass production, segmented pricing, and stale organizations, you'll need to think again.Welcome to the new economy--a world where the rate of change is so fast it's only a blur, where the clear lines distinguishing buyer from seller, product from service, employee from entre... View more info

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Keep the Change: A Clueless Tipper's Quest to Become the Guru of the Gratuity

By: Steve Dublanica

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Ecco: November 2010

Seller ID: 45856

ISBN: 0061787280

Condition: Used - Good


An irreverent, pavement-pounding, eye-opening exploration of a neglected part of the American economy: tipping Tipping is huge in America. Almost everyoneleaves at least one tip every day. More thanfive million American workers depend onthem, and we spend $66 billion on tips each year.And everyone recognizes that queasy feeling--inbars and restaurants, barbershops and beautyparlors, hotels and strip clubs, and everywhereelse--when the check arrives or the tip jar l... View more info