Daniel Kahneman, one of the most influential psychologists alive and winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, in his international bestseller, Thinking, Fast and Slow, an eye-opener in terms of how people rationally and subconsciously
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First published in 1969, Business Adventures is one of 56 books written by John Brooks, a writer for the New Yorker in the 1950s and 1960s. It's not about investment strategy, management theory or any of that stuff.
Nassim Taleb, the author of The Black Swan, one of the twelve most influential books since World War II, according to The Sunday Times, is back.
One of the key questions Branko Milanovic tries to answer in his book Global Inequality, a new approach for the age of globalization, is how global inequality has changed over the past twenty-five years.
If you are interested in a different approach to growing your brand Superconsumers may be a helpful resource for you.
In 2012, Ellen Pao sued her previous employer, Kleiner Perkins, a Silicon Valley venture capital firm, claiming workplace discrimination, retaliation and bias and was subsequently fired from the firm.
Ray Dalio, the chairman of Bridgewater Associates, the largest hedge fund on Wall Street, published “Principles” in 2011, an ebook about the unconventional principles that helped him create unique results in life and business.
Do you care enough about building a world free from poverty? Then Poor Economics is the book you were looking for. Co-authored by MIT economists Abhijit V.
Better than Gold, Investing in Historic Cars is a unique and in-depth analysis of the global multi-billion dollar classic car market.
If you could only read one investment book in your lifetime, this would probably be the one. Billionaire investor, Warren Buffett describes The Intelligent Investor as the best book on investing that he has ever read.