Books in category Business & Economics – Corporate & Business History

  • Enron

    Loren Fox

    Simultaneously fascinating and frightening, Enron: The Rise and Fall provides today’s most illuminating and entertaining look on what was right–and wrong–with late twentieth-century corporate America.

  • Birth of the Chaordic Age

    Birth of the Chaordic Age
    Dee Hock, VISA International

    A inside look at the VISA corporation and the new chaordic business organization method, chaos and order combined, describes how this method works for VISA and how it is being put into practice all over the world. 75,000 first printing. $75 …

  • Delirios populares extraordinarios y la locura de las masas

    Delirios populares extraordinarios y la locura de las masas
    Charles Mackay

    El libro describe tres momentos históricos de especulación desbordada en Inglaterra, Francia y Holanda, ocurridos entre 1635 y 1720 que guardan una extraordinaria similitud con sucesos actuales del mundo financiero.

  • The Silicon Valley Edge

    The Silicon Valley Edge
    Chong-Moon Lee

    John Young, retired CEO, Hewlett-Packard To emulate, one must first understand. This book is an essential guide for communities and individuals worldwide trying to understand and emulate this startling phenomenon known as Silicon Valley.

  • Emilio Bot n y el Banco Santander

    Emilio Botín y el Banco Santander
    Jaime Velasco Kindelán

    Emilio Botín y el Banco Santander desvela las claves de este éxito global y la particular forma de gestionar, que diferencia a Emilio Botín del resto de los empresarios y banqueros del mundo.

  • Business Adventures

    Business Adventures
    John Brooks

    Five additional stories on equally fascinating subjects round out this wonderful collection that will both entertain and inform readers . . . Business Adventures is truly financial journalism at its liveliest and best.

  • In the Shadow of Detroit

    In the Shadow of Detroit
    David Roberts

    An automotive history title that fills a gap in common understanding of the early automobile industry in the Windsor-Detroit international region.

  • Optical Illusions

    Optical Illusions
    Lisa Endlich

    In writing this book Endlich had access to more than a hundred people who played a role in the drama, as well as previously sealed courtroom documents.

  • Working Knowledge

    Working Knowledge
    Catherine L. Fisk

    Fisk chronicles the legal and social transformations that led to the transfer of ownership of employee innovation from labor to management and argues that this deeply contested development was won at the expense of workers' entrepreneurial …

  • Leading with Purpose

    Leading with Purpose
    Richard R. Ellsworth

    In these globally turbulent times, any thoughtful leader will benefit greatly from this book.

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