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    The Missing Cryptoqueen: Hundreds of Countries, Billions of Dollars, One Lie

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    Jamie Bartlett

     

    ‘The largest financial scam ever’ – Fortune

     

    ‘The bizarre case of OneCoin illustrates how easily a classic scam could be reinvented for the digital age’ – Financial Times

     

    ‘The story of OneCoin stands out even among the outlandish capers of the cryptocurrency era’ – Wall Street Journal

     

    In 2014 a brilliant Oxford graduate called Dr Ruja Ignatova promised to revolutionise money and make people rich in the process. The future, she said, belonged to cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. And the self-styled cryptoqueen vowed that she had invented the Bitcoin Killer. She launched OneCoin, an exciting new cryptocurrency that she promised would not only earn its investors untold fortunes, it would change the world. OneCoin swept the globe – becoming one of the fastest companies to make $1 billion in revenue.

     

    By 2017, billions of dollars had been invested in OneCoin in hundreds of countries, from the USA to Pakistan, Hong Kong to Yemen, and the UK to Uganda. But by the end of the year Ruja Ignatova had disappeared, along with the money, and it slowly became clear that her revolutionary cryptocurrency was not all it seemed.

     

    The Missing Cryptoqueen tells the unbelievable story of the rise, disappearance and fall of Dr Ruja Ignatova. It is a modern tale of intrigue, techno-hype and herd madness that reveals how OneCoin became the biggest scam of the 21st Century.

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    100 Business Tools For Success: All The Management Models That Matter in 500 Words or Less

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    Jeremy Kourdi

     

    The world is full of business ideas.But how do you know which the best ones are?

     

    And how do you find time to read them?

     

    100 Business Tools for Success may be a little book, but it contains the very best business tools that have come from the very best business brains on the planet. Each is summarized over just two pages, so that you can quickly gain access to the insights which are driving the most successful people in all walks of life.

     

    A must for all business professionals…

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    Business Adventures: Twelve Classic Tales from the World of Wall Street

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    John Brooks

     

    “More than two decades after Warren [Buffett] lent it to me—and more than four decades after it was first published—Business Adventures remains the best business book I’ve ever read . . . Brooks’s deeper insights about business are just as relevant today as they were back then.” —Bill Gates, The Wall Street Journal

     

    “[Brooks] provides the early version of what we think of as Malcolm Gladwell–style or Freakonomics-style lessons. . . . But Brooks features another trait that modern business writers, whether James Stewart, Malcolm Gladwell, or Michael Lewis, do not. Brooks is truly willing to give up his own views to get inside the mind of all his subjects.” —National Review

     

    “The prose is superb. Reading Brooks is a supreme pleasure. His writing turns potentially eye-glazing topics (e.g., price-fixing scandals in the industrial electronics market) into rollicking narratives. He’s also funny. . . . He tells entertaining stories replete with richly drawn characters, setting them during heightened moments within the world of commerce.” —Slate

     

     

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    The 1-Page Marketing Plan: Get New Customers, Make More Money, And Stand out From The Crowd

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    Allan Dib

     

    “Everybody knows marketing is getting too complicated. Allan Dib solves that problem with his brilliant new book. Read it and simplify your life.” –Al Ries, author, Positioning: The Battle For Your Mind

    “Going through the The 1-Page Marketing Plan process was one of the most valuable exercises for my business. I now have clarity and a plan for generating new business.” – Wadea Katrib, Commercial Partnership Consulting

    “The 1-Page Marketing Plan is a game changer. It gives the small and medium sized business the ability to dominate their market. It’s full of insight, very well structured and easy to follow.” – Dimitri Temkin

     

    “It’s often the simple things that are the most powerful. By using Allan’s simple 1-Page Marketing Plan I have dramatically transformed the way we approach our marketing and the results have been amazing.” – Dr Ben Carvosso, The On Button

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    Too Small to Fail: Why Some Small Nations Outperform Larger Ones and How They Are Reshaping the World

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    R. James Breiding
     
    An idea whose time has come.  – STEVEN PINKER, JOHNSTONE FAMILY PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGY, HARVARD UNIVERSITY 
     
    With global governance being challenged, this book offers provoking thoughts and ideas from the smaller nations as to what redefining success looks like.  – PAUL POLMAN, CO-FOUNDER & CHAIR, IMAGINE, FORMER CEO, UNILEVER 
     
    An excellent portrayal of how lack of entitlement drives small nations’ success: they expect to have to adapt to outside forces, so they do.  –JANAN GANESH , ~ COLUMNIST, THE FINANCIAL TIMES
     
    If you are happy with your country and its development, don’t read this book. But if you think your country could do Significantly better, this book will show you how.   LARS KOLIND .  CHAIRMAN, THE WORLD SCOUT FOUNDATION 

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    How to Invest: Navigating the Brave New World of Personal Investment

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     Masood Javaid, Peter Stanyer, and Stephen Satchell

     

    Peter Stanyer and his colleagues have made an outstanding book even better. The authors have created an insightful survey of the current state of investing. Whatever your focus, there is something to enjoy in this new, up-to-date compendium — Elroy Dimson, Co-author of The Triumph of the Optimists, Professor of Finance, Cambridge Judge Business School

     

    In times of economic uncertainty, it’s all too easy to follow the latest new thing in investing rather than sticking with the tried and true. Peter Stanyer and his co-authors continue to add value by encouraging us to look at the evidence of long-term performance. My firm’s experience is that their approach results in happier investors — Mark Ralphs, Founding Partner of the Financial Planning Corporation LLP

     

    How the authors managed to get so much good information and advice into How To Invest is a mystery to me, but they did. Despite the time that many investors spend on issues such as return expectations, risk and timing, the authors remind us that a keep-it-simple focus is the key to an investment strategy that secures an investor’s spending plans. If you only have one book in your investing library, make it this one — Harold Evensky, founder of Evensky & Katz/ Foldes Wealth Management

     

    The first quarter of the new century has seen developments in technology, monetary policy and the management of large companies that have transformed personal savings and investment around the world. Love it, loathe it, or just not interested in it, this innovation has changed not only the nature of money, but our understanding of what it means to invest – whether we want to safeguard our pensions, experiment with personal trading platforms or simply understand how the markets really work.

     

     How to Invest aims to help investors navigate this new world, offering a principles-based, keep-it-simple approach to help them make investment decisions and have investment conversations that will make the most of their money.

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    The Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers

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    Ben Horowitz

     

    • NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
    • Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Nominee for Longlist (2014)
    • Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Business Books (2014)

     

    Ben’s experience and expertise make him one of the most important leaders not just in Silicon Valley but also in the global knowledge economy. For anyone interested in building, growing, or leading a great company, this book is an incredibly valuable resource and a funny and insightful read.” -MARK ZUCKERBERG, COFOUNDER AND CEO OF FACEBOOK

     

    “Ben’s book is a great read-with uncomfortable truths about entrepreneurship and how to lead to a company. It’s also an inspiring story of a business rebirth through sheer willpower.” -LARRY PAGE, COFOUNDER AND CEO OF GOOGLE

     

    “Every management guide presumes that all great companies follow a formula. But successful startups don’t imitate; they build innovations that can’t be copied. Ben Horowitz knows no recipe guarantees success. He has written the first true guide for protecting a startup from self-sabotage.” -PETER THIEL, COFOUNDER OF PAYPAL AND FOUNDER AND PARTNER AT FOUNDERS FUND

     

    “Ben’s advice has been invaluable to me over the past few years. He is forthright and direct, acknowledging, for example, that the job of leading can be impossibly lonely, while eloquently providing no-nonsense guidance for managing teams through good times and bad times. Stripping away the veneer of management-speak, Ben’s writing carries the authority of somebody who has been through all of this. The results are simple, thorough, and compelling.” -DICK COSTOLO, CEO OF TWITTER

     

    “There is more than enough substance in Mr. Horowitz’s impressive tome to turn it into a leadership classic.” — The Economist

     

    “More than any other business book released this year, “Hard Things” gives an insider’s perspective on what it’s like to lead and scale a startup.” — –Business Insider’s Best Business Books of 2014

     

    “This is easily one of the essential books every business leader should read if they’re looking for proven and honest management advice.” — –Entrepreneur’s 25 Amazing Business Books from 2014

     

    “Horowitz, a tech entrepreneur turned venture capitalist, offers hard-earned business advice and a compendium of the best posts from his popular blog. For the budding tech mogul, this is heady stuff, and politic to heed, as his firm, Andreesen Horowitz, is a nearly $3 billion powerhouse that has invested in winners, including Skype, Facebook, Groupon, Twitter, and Zynga.” — “Publishers Weekly” 

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    Tribe of Mentors: Short Life Advice from the Best in the World

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    Timothy Ferriss

     

    If you read one self-help book this year, let this be it. If you have always hated self-help books, this one will change your mind. ― Viv Groskop, The Pool

     

    Tools of Titans… is the perfect read for obsessives wanting to boost their new year productivity. ― Financial Times

     

    Tim Ferriss, the #1 New York Times best-selling author of The 4-Hour Workweek, shares the ultimate choose-your-own-adventure book―a compilation of tools, tactics, and habits from 130+ of the world’s top performers. From iconic entrepreneurs to elite athletes, from artists to billionaire investors, their short profiles can help you answer life’s most challenging questions, achieve extraordinary results, and transform your life.

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