A little more business with your bestsellers

Being good readers all, you may perchance be familiar with the New York Times bestseller list. Less well known perhaps is the Wall Street Journal's book index, replete with nifty charts comparing different weeks. Not surprisingly, the WSJ has tad more "street" cred at ranking business books than the Times.

You'll likely see some familiar faces on their business list: Alan Greenspan's The Age of Turbulence, Timothy Ferriss' the 4-hour work week, etc. But there's also a little hometown pride there: at #14, Bo's Lasting Lessons. Perhaps the Journal has a more liberal perspective on business than we thought.