One of Sahil Lavingia's most recommended books.
Kevin Systrom: "It’s a great book."
Balaji Srinivasan: "Kai-Fu Lee's book AI Superpowers holds up very well today in key ways.
Anthony Pompliano: "Super interesting"
Arianna Huffington: "A very timely book and a powerful call for change"
One of Reid Hoffman's summer reads of 2016.
Sam Hinkie: "Robert Caro is my favorite writer"
Stewart Butterfield: "'Team of Rivals' is among the best historical books I've ever read.
Included on Jamie Dimon's list of favorite books he sent to JP Morgan summer interns in 2010.
Sheryl Sandberg: “In The Fourth Industrial Revolution, Professor Klaus Schwab puts forth a thoughtful framework for leaders to meet the challenge of maximizing the benefits of the profound technological, social and economic transformation reshaping society.
Drawing on over four decades of bringing together governments, private sector and other parts of civil society, Schwab starts a wide-ranging discussion on how we can help to ensure that the Fourth Industrial Revolution drives progress for humankind.”
Throughout his unique upbringing and accomplished career, which spanned a period of profound political and economic change, Fred set a standard of leadership and level-headed collaboration while dealing with the complex issues around global trade and the many ways it impacts our day-to-day lives.
Marc Andreessen recommended 'The Myth of the Rational Voter' on Twitter.
Warren Buffett: "A must-read for those concerned with the safety of our country"
Anthony Scaramucci: "If all Americans read Seth Abramson’s book, Trump would lose by a landslide."
Nassim Taleb: "The fact that top-down development methods are great on paper but have not produced benefits ("so far") is a point Easterly has made before, heavily influencing yours truly in the formation his own argument against naive interventionism and the collection of "humanitarians" fulfilling their personal growth and shielding themselves from their conscience. This is more powerful."
One of Max Levchin's answers to 'What's your favourite business book you'd advise to young entrepreneurs?'
Even as he calculates the death toll painstakingly, Mr. Snyder reminds us that the most important number is one: Each victim was an individual whose life cannot be reduced to the violence that cut it short."
Balaji Srinivasan mentioned 'The Man Who Invented Fidel' on Twitter.