2008's Best Business Books: Vote Now

Last Updated Nov 26, 2008 10:26 AM EST

It's the end of the year, and time to vote for BNET's Best Business Books of 2008. Here's a list of the nominees, culled from what I've read, reviewed or mentioned on the site, reader suggestions and some end-of-year best-of lists. I've included on the list below one book published in December 2007, because it was a reader suggestion and it falls into the last 12 months.

Vote for as many as you like. You do not need to vote no -- the 'no' votes are there only because that's what we had to do to accommodate multiple submissions for BNET's polling software. I'll post the official list a week from today, on Wednesday, December 3rd.

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  • Michael Fitzgerald

    Michael Fitzgerald writes about innovation and other big ideas in business for publications like the New York Times, The Economist, Fast Company, Inc. and CIO. He’s worked as a writer or editor at Red Herring, ZDNet, TechTV and Computerworld, and has received numerous awards as a writer and editor. Most recently, his piece on the hacker collective the l0pht won the 2008 award for best trade piece from the American Society of Journalists and Authors. He was also a 2007 Templeton-Cambridge Journalism Fellow in Science and Religion.