Busy BusinessWeekers

In this week’s issue of BusinessWeek, the editors were kind enough to publish a list of BW staffers who have published books this year. Four out of the six books came out of the technology team!

Here’s a snippet of the list. Click here to see the whole shebang.

“In-House Authors
BusinessWeek writers were busy this year
These books were published by BusinessWeek staffers in 2008:

Creative Capital: Georges Doriot and the Birth of Venture Capital by Spencer E. Ante (Harvard Business Press, $35) Department Editor Ante’s profile of the Harvard B-school professor and venture-capital pioneer.

The Numerati by Stephen Baker (Houghton, Mifflin, $26) If you work in an office, shop in a supermarket, vote, surf the Internet, or consume health care, number crunchers are examining your data and figuring out how to manipulate you, as Senior Writer Baker details.

Once You’re Lucky, Twice You’re Good: The Rebirth of Silicon Valley and the Rise of Web 2.0 by Sarah Lacy (Gotham Books, $26) A portrait of the latest generation of Web companies from BusinessWeek.com columnist Lacy.”

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