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AXIOM business books awards, bronze medal! Thank You!
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Announcing Results of the 3rd Annual Axiom Business Book Awards “Recognizing and promoting the world’s best business titles.” Jenkins Group Inc. is proud to announce the results of the third annual, 2010 Axiom Business Book Awards, designed to honor the year's best business books and their authors and publishers.
The Axiom Business Book Awards are intended to bring increased recognition to exemplary business books and their creators, with the understanding that business people are an information-hungry segment of the population, eager to learn about great new books that will inspire them and help them improve their careers and businesses.
Listed are the gold, silver and bronze medal winners in each category. The Real Estate category was cancelled due to lack of entries, so there are 21 categories x 3 medals, plus 15 ties, for 78 total medals. There were a total of 346 books entered. Congratulations to all!
Gold: The Motley Fool Million Dollar Portfolio, by David and Tom Gardner (Collins Business)
Silver: Simple Steps to Trading Discipline: Increasing Profits with Habits You Already Have, by Toni Hanson (Marketplace Books)
Bronze: Capturing Profit with Technical Analysis: Hands-on Rules for Exploiting Candlestick, Indicator, and Money Management Techniques, by Sylvain Vervoort (Marketplace Books)
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