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Unstoppable: Discover Your True Value, Define Your Genius Zone, and Drive Your Dream Career

For anyone looking to obtain lifelong tools rather than a step-by-step guide to success, this book is for you. Recommended for fans of Carey Davidson’s The Five Archetypes.
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Entrepreneurs Who Changed History

This is essentially a reference book that provides brief, basic information on the accomplishments of select entrepreneurs. It will likely be a resource for people interested in business history rather than being read from cover to cover.
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The Hype Machine: How Social Media Disrupts Our Elections, Our Economy, and Our Health—and How We Must Adapt

Timely for readers interested in important issues, such as data ethics, privacy, platform policies and regulations, the role of social media tech giants in our lives, and how these tools impact consumers’ behaviors., CA
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Foretelling the End of Capitalism: Intellectual Misadventures Since Karl Marx

An insightful study of capitalism and the “harbingers of doom” that have been part of its history. Faculty researchers, and students of economics and philosophy should find this informative and timely. Highly recommended.

What’s Wrong with Economics? A Primer for the Perplexed

This is an excellent overview of the field and a good starting point for students of economics. Highly recommended reading.
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Overcome AI: How To Build a Secure Financial Future in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

This book achieves what it sets out to do
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How To Lead: Wisdom from the World’s Greatest CEOs, Founders, and Game Changers

This is more successful as a set of biographical interviews or personality profiles than as a guide to effective leadership.
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Better, Not Perfect: A Realist’s Guide to Maximum Sustainable Goodness

This will appeal to those seeking practical suggestions for improving business and philanthropic behavior.
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The Secret Life of Groceries: The Dark Miracle of the American Supermarket

Lorr succeeds in raising awareness of the people who make our food systems possible and the conditions in which they live and work. Yet the stories do not always effectively cohere to create a well-rounded narrative.
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