Books

  • Higher: 100 Years of Boeing, the centennial history of the great aerospace company. The book also includes abridged histories of companies acquired by Boeing, such as McDonnell Douglas, Rockwell and Hughes Aircraft.
  • The Ford Century, a centennial history of Ford Motor Company. An international best seller translated into 13 languages with more than 750,000 copies in print, it was named Best History Book of 2007 by the Publisher's Marketing Association.
  • Coors: A Rocky Mountain Legend, a 125-year history of Coors Brewing Company. A personal story of triumph against great odds, the book reached Number Four on the Denver Post regional best seller list.
  • Wanderlust, a chronicle of the author's travels in an Airstream trailer across America, recording the stories of other "Airstreamers" at parks and rallies, in addition to providing a compelling 50-year history of the company, revered for the design of its signature product and the cult-like status of its founder.
  • Conoco: 125 years of Energy, the official 125-year history of the giant global integrated oil and gas company.
  • The Fight for Fairfax, a controversial political and economic history of northern Virginia published by George Mason University Press.
  • Fulfilling Promises, a 150-year history of the Guardian Life Insurance Company of America.
  • Appleton, the official centennial history of Appleton Paper Company, one of the country's most innovative paper manufacturers.
  • Dover Corporation, the official 50-year history of Dover Corporation, a major conglomerate of more than 50 midsized companies.
  • Impact on a Changing World, the official 50-year history of Research Triangle Institute, one of the world's most vital and important health care research organizations.
  • Bosch: The First 100 years, the official centennial history of this major automotive supplier and consumer appliance manufacturer.
  • The Milgard Story, an in-depth biography of Gary Milgard, who built Milgard Manufacturing from a small family-owned glass company into one of the country's largest manufacturers of residential and commercial windows.
  • Ernest Jacob Olde: A Legacy, an in-depth biography of the late Ernest Jacob Olde, whose ambition to recapture the fortune lost by his grandfather during the Great Depression guides his development of Olde Financial, the third largest discount stock brokerage in America.
  • Kicking Rocks, the ghostwritten autobiography of Lloyd Schermer, who rose through publishing ranks to become the Chairman and CEO of Lee Enterprises, a major chain of mid-market newspapers.
  • Heading in New Directions, the official 150-year history of Boatmen's Bancshares, a large super-regional bank now owned by Bank of America.
  • Twenty Years of Independence, a history of Houston-based Anadarko, the world's largest independent oil and gas exploration and production company.
  • Town & Country Markets, the very personal story of a hard-working Japanese-American family that over the past century built a highly successful chain of regional grocery stores, despite the second generation's internment during World War II.
  • The Life and Legacy of Kenneth L. Schnitzer, an in-depth biography of Ken Schnitzer, the flamboyant real estate developer and sports team owner responsible for reshaping the skyline of Houston.
  • Legacy and Leadership: USFG's First Century, the official centennial history of USF&G, a leading property and casualty insurance company, now part of Travelers.
  • Primer on Insurance, a short book alerting Generation X about the types of insurance policies they need today and in the years ahead.
  • Ceramic Strength, a 100-year history of Coorstek, the world's largest manufacturer of specialty ceramic products.
  • A True and Lasting Legacy: The History of Port Blakely Companies, a chronicle of the giant timber company and real estate developer.