FT & McKinsey Business Book of the Year 2019 

The £30,000 prize will go to the book that is judged to have provided the most compelling and enjoyable insight into modern business issues, with £10,000 awarded to each runner-up. Read the rules of the 2019 award and see our FAQs. The 2019 prize will be awarded in a ceremony in New York on December 3. 
- Please direct any queries to bookaward@ft.com - Enter your book here

FT writers tell us the titles they are keeping as they declutter ahead of an office move

Lionel Barber, FT editor, chairs our panel of experts

We answer the most frequently asked questions

John Carreyrou, winner of the FT/McKinsey Business Book Award, talks about Bad Blood

John Carreyrou takes the prize for his riveting account of the collapse of Theranos

FT journalists explore the titles shortlisted for the FT/McKinsey award

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Amy Goldstein becomes first solo female winner for her gritty tale of a Wisconsin town

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All the books listed for the FT McKinsey Business Book of the Year

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Brian Merchant, author of ‘The One Device’, on Apple’s myth-making

The historian discusses how violent events have reduced inequality

Investigative reporter explains how he unravelled the Libor scandal’s history

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