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The 10 business books that you must read

The online shop presented its selection of the best books of 2014.These are the top 10 in the category of “Business and investment”.
Año con año los editores de Amazon presentan un listado de los mejores libros del año. (Bloomberg)

Every year, the editors of Amazon presented a list of the best books of the year.(Bloomberg)

As every year, the Shop electronic Amazon unveiled its list of best books, based on the opinion of its editors, various sections, ranging from ‘Books for children’, and’ business investments’.

These are the top 10 business books of 2014 that surely you don’t want to stop reading.

1. The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution

Author: Walter Isaacson
Price: $21

Described by Amazon as a guide to see how actually is innovation, the author, known for his successful biography of Steve Jobs, makes a count by the factors that led to tempers, investors and entrepreneurs, among them Vannevar Bush, Nill Gates, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Larry Page, among many, to succeed and carry out projects that revolutionized the industry.

The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution

2. Zero to One: Notes on Startups or How to Build the Future

Author: Peter Thiel
Price: 16.20 USD

Pether as Thiel, entrepreneur and co-founder of PayPal, shows that there are still new inventions to explore, which can be exploited beyond the technology industry in Silicon Valley. The employer also shows some of the features that a leader must have. In this sense, his work says that progress or any innovation can be conducted in any industry and business, provided this is unique.

Zero to One: Notes on Startups or How to Build the Future

3. Capital in the Twenty First Century

Author: Thomas Piketty
Price: 23.97 USD

What are the keys to wealth and inequality in the world today? Piketty makes this book a comprehensive analysis to discover economic and social patterns on these two factors.

“Their findings will transform the debate and set the agenda of the next generation of thinking about wealth and inequality,” says Amazon.

According to the author, the deep structures on capital and inequality do not have been modified in the decades after World War II, so it is worthwhile to analyse the consequences that threaten to generate extreme inequalities that arouse discontent and undermine democratic values. According to Piketty dangerous inequalities have slowed in the past and nowadays it can be again.

Capital in the Twenty First Century

4. Girlboss

Author: Sophia Amoruso
Price: 16.17 dollars

How to convert you into a successful or successful entrepreneur without having gone to University, at the time when you are broken or have a mediocre job? That was one of the questions that the author was to be in that situation.

There was Sophia, decided to start selling on eBay vintage clothing and eight years later she is the founder, CEO and Creative Director fromNasty Gal, a $ 100 million company that serves as a distributor of fashion with more than 350 employees.

The book tells the story of the author, who decided to follow his instincts and to break the rules to become a successful entrepreneur.


5.  Delirium

Author: Lauren Oliver

delirium is a dystopian young adult novel written by Lauren Oliver, published on January 1, 2011 by HarperCollins (HarperTeen), about a young girl, Lena Haloway, who falls in love in a society where love is seen as a disease. It is followed by Pandemonium.

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