by John Brooks
Bill Gates’s all-time favourite business book, these twelve short stories narrate turning points for some of the world’s largest companies, providing salient lessons on money, ethics and the corporate world.
From £10.13 (Open Road Media)
Zero to One
by Peter Thiel
The visionary PayPal co-founder and venture capitalist explains the secrets of great business and business ideas: how you have them, and how you should treat them. His analysis of our present world is radical but refreshing.
From £11.89 (Virgin Books)
The Four Steps to the Epiphany
by Steve Blank
Startup masterclass doyen Blank shares the strategies that will help you build successful products. An eight-time entrepreneur himself, Blank’s Lean Startup course, which inspired the book,changed how entrepreneurship was taught.
From £22.77 (K&S Ranch)
by Walter Isaacson
This is the story of the people behind the inventions of our digital world. Following his Steve Jobs biography, Isaacson details the lives and mindsets of game-changing individuals from Ada Lovelace and Alan Turing to Tim Berners-Lee and Larry Page.
From £12.50 (Simon & Schuster)
The Hard Thing About Hard Things
by Ben Horowitz
The Andreessen Horowitz co-founder courses through the essential insights business school won’t teach you. Based on his popular blog, the life-long rap enthusiast uses favourite lyrics to highlight important points.
From £12.91 (Harper Business)