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The Cynic’s Guide to Reading Business Books

How to get the most out of CEO biographies and business tomes — and not just the lessons they want to teach you

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The book begins in medias res, at a moment of high tension. The author, a middle-aged journalist writing for a prestige business publication but worried about his financial future in an age of declining…




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Byrne Hobart

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