7 Penguin Random House Titles Longlisted for 2018 FT/McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award
The prestigious FT (Financial Times)/McKinsey Business Book of the Year Awards, which annually recognizes the book published in the U.S. and UK that “provides the most compelling and enjoyable insight into modern business issues, including management, finance and economics,” has announced its 2018 longlist of 15 titles.
Among the semi-finalists for the £30,000 prize are seven books published by Penguin Random House in the US:
- BAD BLOOD: SECRETS AND LIES IN A SILICON VALLEY STARTUP by John Carreyrou (Knopf)
- BROTOPIA: BREAKING UP THE BOYS’ CLUB OF SILICON VALLEY by Emily Chang (Portfolio)
- THE BILLIONAIRE RAJ: A JOURNEY THROUGH INDIA’S NEW GILDED AGE by James Crabtree (Tim Duggan Books)
- CAPITALISM IN AMERICA: A HISTORY by Alan Greenspan and Adrian Wooldridge (Penguin Press)
- NEW POWER: HOW POWER WORKS IN OUR HYPERCONNECTED WORLD—AND HOW TO MAKE IT WORK FOR YOU (US title) by Jeremy Heimans and Henry Timms (Doubleday)
- WHO IS MICHAEL OVITZ? by Michael Ovitz (Portfolio)
- CRASHED: HOW A DECADE OF FINANCIAL CRISES CHANGED THE WORLD by Adam Tooze (Viking)
Congratulations to our authors and colleagues.
A shortlist of six titles will be revealed on September 14. The 2018 prize will be awarded in a dinner ceremony in London on November 12.