Freelance and staff writer covering science, health and environment for general audiences; author and photographer of how-to books on construction and home repair; editor, rewriter, reviser of textbooks and journal articles. Other business writing has appeared in Everybody's Money, Home & Family Finance Online, Medical Industry Executive & Family Practice Management.


A Case for CUSO's: Innovative Applications, Dave Tenenbaum, 87 pp, Credit Union Executives Society, 2000, ISBN 1-889394-64-5.


Year 2000: Implications for Credit Unions, Kathy Koltin Blumenfeld & David J Tenenbaum, Credit Union National Association, 162 pp., 1998, ISBN-0-8281-1161-8.


Electronic Services, David Tenenbaum, 129 pp., 2000, Credit Union National Association, ISBN 0-7872-6850-X.


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Technocasting for Credit Unions: Identifying Tomorrow's Technology Needs Today, David Tenenbaum, Credit Union National Association, 131 pp., 1999, ISBN 0-7872-6070-3.


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Managing Technology, David Tenenbaum, 116 pp., Credit Union National Association, 1998, ISBN 0-7872-4976-9.


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Car Facts 21, David Tenenbaum, 134 pp., Credit Union National Association, 1997.


Fighting Back: A Guide to Challenging Health Insurance Denials, Robert A. Peterson with David Tenenbaum, Center for Public Representation (Madison Wis.), 1993, ISBN 0-932622-50-X.


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Systems to Support Health Policy Analysis: Theory, Models, and Uses, David Gustafson, Willi Cats-Baril, and Farrokh Alemi (David Tenenbaum editor), Health Administration Press, Ann Arbor, MI, 1992, 431 pp; ISBN 0-910701-73-3.


Financial Planning in the Bank, Mary Merrill (David Tenenbaum, editor), American Bankers Association, 1990, 388 pp; ISBN 0-89982-364-5.


Customer Service for Bank Personnel, handbook (108 pp) and leader's guide (122 pp), David Tenenbaum, American Bankers Association, 1989.


Embezzlement: The Thieves Within: A Credit Union Guide to Preventing Internal Theft, 86 pp., Credit Union National Association, 1989.


Involving Credit Union Volunteers, handbook (144 pp) and leader's guide (26 pp), David Tenenbaum, World Council of Credit Unions, 1988, ISBN 0-8403-5112-7.


Product Knowledge: The Key to Successful Cross-Selling, handbook (142 pp) and leader's guide (118 pp), Mary Ann Pezzullo with David Tenenbaum, American Bankers Association, 1988.


The New Auto Market, and How Credit Unions Can Compete, David Tenenbaum, Credit Union National Association, 150 pp. 1987.


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