Best Selling Books - WSJ.com
4 Good to GreatJim Collins / Collins (H)22 245 Now, Discover... StrengthsM. Buckingham, D. Clifton / Free Press (H)21 176 Rich Dad Poor DadR. Kiyosaki, S. Lechter / Warner Business (P)17 187 FreakonomicsS. Levitt, S. Dubner / William Morrow (H)16 188 The Tipping PointMalcolm Gladwell / Back Bay (P)13 149 Five Dysfunctions... TeamPatrick M. Lencioni / Jossey-Bass (H)12 1210 Who Moved My CheeseSpencer Johnson / Putnam (H)10 1311 Start Late Finish RichDavid Bach / Broadway (P)10 712 Getting Things DoneDavid Allen / Penguin (P)9 813 Little Red Book of SellingJeffrey Gitomer / Bard Press (H)9 1014 Why We Want You...Rich D. Trump, R. Kiyosaki / Rich Press (H)9 1015 The Starbucks ExperienceJoseph Michelli / McGraw-Hill (H)7 8The Wall Street Journal's list reflects nationwide sales of hardcover books during the week ended lastSaturday at more than 2,500 Barnes & Noble, Books-a-Million, Borders and Waldenbooks stores, as well assales from online retailers Amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com. The business list also includes figuresfrom 800-CEO-READ. A sales index of 100 is equivalent to the median number of copies of the No. 1fiction bestselling titles sold each week during 2006. (P) Paperback; (H) Hardback. Refer questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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