"Most [business] books are a chapter of advice with a whole lot of additional junk thrown in to make it book thickness." While libraries are inclined to find that assessment extreme, it does point up the need to widen your reading horizon beyond the more obvious business and financial books and publications.
For instance, venture capitalist Michael Moritz (think Google, YouTube, Yahoo, PayPal) tries to read more fiction than nonfiction. If his approach appeals to you, consider the American Enterprise Institute's "Ten Best" list of business novels. Or try our catalog using subjects such as Corporations--Fiction, Capitalists and Financiers--Fiction, and Corporate Culture--Fiction.
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