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Anyway, I’ll pick up some of the other short-listed titles when they’re out in paperback.appeals, as do (about central banks) and (about RBS).
Although I don’t read as many business as economics books, a few of them are truly ripping yarns – it has to be said that the majority are extremely dull. My husband just read, and strongly recommendsby Nick Bilton. One of my all-time favourites is Robert Cringley’s . My introduction to the oeuvre was Alfred Sloan’s classic – a little different as it’s a business autobiography rather than a biography by a more or less objective outsider, but I think it definitely stands the test of time, and it was the first time I realised that there could be good, interesting books about business.
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