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"Shouldn't a great museum foster serious seeing before all else?" -- Mark Stevens
Mark Stevens, (born June 3, 1947 in Queens, New York, U.S.) is a CEO, leading authority of marketing and management, an author and media commentator on the intersection of business and private life.
Total Books: 85
Stevens is the author of more than 24 business-related books including “The Big Eight”, “King Icahn” and “Sudden Death: The Rise and Fall of EF Hutton” (a Wall Street Journal bestseller and Library Journal “Business Book of the Year”). He shook the marketing establishment with his Business Week best seller, “Your Marketing Sucks” (Crown Business, 2003), and redefined the rules of business management with “Your Management Sucks” (Crown Business, 2006). “God Is A Salesman” (Warner Faith) was published in 2008. His newest book, Rich Is A Religion (John Wiley) will be published in October 2008.
Stevens delivers more than 40 speeches annually and is a regularly featured media commentator, lending his insights and opinions to everything from Carl Icahn on Fox Business Network, Associated Press, CNN International and Bloomberg TV to Tom Cruise's image (Fox's The Big Story) to CNBC, Bloomberg TV, MSNBC, NPR and Bloomberg Radio on the annual subject of Super Bowl Advertising to Before You Tie the Knot: Tips on Creating a Successful Business Partnership (Wall Street Journal), Your Briefcase Just Ran Over My Toe (Life's Work/NewYorkTimes) to No Law Against Being Friends (Cindy Adams/NY Post/ParisHiltonGoesToJail) to Kate Moss's personal crisis (The New York Post/Page Six) to Why Successful Business People Don't Sleep (The New York Times) and Be A Better Boss (Forbes.com). His blog, “Unconventional Thinking” is in the top 1% of all published blogs (out of 72 million blogs).