The Myth of Capitalism tells the story of how America has gone from an open, competitive marketplace to an economy where a few very powerful companies dominate key industries that affect our daily lives. Digital monopolies like Google, Facebook and Amazon act as gatekeepers to the digital world.
The New York Times bestselling authors of I Had a Nice Time and Other Lies and Nice Is Just a Place in France and founders of Betches.com are back with a guide on how to thrive professionally, get ahead in the workforce, and basically become the Beyoncé of whatever you aspire to do.
The beloved comedic podcaster and LGBTQ activist provides an empowering guide to financial literacy for millennials that includes coverage of topics ranging from student loans and credit cards to buying a car and choosing insurance plans.
The best-selling authors of Rework present a timely manifesto that rejects popular values about high stress and burnout as tenets of success, outlining an alternative path to building a calm, focused organization that eliminates waste.
A candid and comprehensive oral history of Silicon Valley's secrets traces the disruptions and start-ups that impacted its economy from the origins of Apple and Atari through the present-day clashes of Google and Facebook.
The industry provocateur behind such companies as Twitter and a nascent Facebook presents an irreverent exposé of life inside the tech bubble that traces his hedonist lifestyle against a backdrop of early social media and online marketing, sharing critical insights into how they are shaping today's world.
An uproarious memoir of life inside the tech bubble by the Silicon Valley writer and co-producer describes how after being downsized he took a wacky job selling email spam with a tech company rife with cultish millennials, absent bosses and venture capital amenities.