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Revised and update A-to-Z for the realities of the digital age, the classic guide to business writing style and protocols In the ten years since the publication of The Business Style Handbook, the language of business has changed dramaticallyand so have the rules. To meet the rapidly evolving needs and demands of business professionals, the second edition of this trusted resource has been completely updated for the today's digital world. The Business Style Handbookfeatures a new lexicon of business words and phrases (based on a recent Fortunesurvey), as well as helpful guidance and rules that will help you express yourself clearly, confidently, and correctly in formal, informal, and short-form digital communications. New to this edition is coverage of Twitter, Facebook, and other social media sites; tips for "branding" in the workplace to showcase accomplishments and abilities; and other tools and strategies for safer, more effective business writing. Helen Cunninghamis director of Corporate Communications at The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation. She also teaches English as a foreign language. Brenda Greeneis the author of five books, including The Web 2.0 Job Finder. She also was an editor at Whitney Communications, Working Womanmagazine and the North Jersey Herald & News.