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  1. Book ImageThe Associates: Four Capitalists Who Created California

    Richard Rayner

    Paperback

    "A first-rate look at the little-known story behind the creation of America's first continental railroad. ... Entertaining and well written."—Publishers WeeklyMore

  2. Book ImageThe Associates: Four Capitalists Who Created California

    Richard Rayner

    Hardcover

    A true-life tale of ruthless ambition, staggering greed, and the making of a nation.More

  3. Book ImageThe Money Men: Capitalism, Democracy, and the Hundred Years' War Over the American Dollar

    H. W. Brands

    Paperback

    An "insightful" (Publishers Weekly) history of the development of American capitalism and the men who made it great.More

  4. Book ImageThe Authentic Adam Smith: His Life and Ideas

    James Buchan

    Paperback

    Celebrated author James Buchan on the widely known—but often misread—Scottish philosopher Adam Smith.More

  5. Book ImageRome, Inc.: The Rise and Fall of the First Multinational Corporation

    Stanley Bing

    Paperback

    The world's first corporate case study, as only the best-selling Stanley Bing could tell it.More

  6. Book ImageThe Silicon Eye: Microchip Swashbucklers and the Future of High-Tech Innovation

    George Gilder

    Paperback

    Technology insider George Gilder delivers a "compelling" (Wired) look under the hood at a genius-fueled startup.More

  7. Book ImageMedici Money: Banking, Metaphysics, and Art in Fifteenth-Century Florence

    Tim Parks

    Paperback

    “A swift and brilliant synthesis of finance, politics, and history.”—Ben Sisario, New York Times Book ReviewMore

  8. Book ImageMedia Man: Ted Turner's Improbable Empire

    Ken Auletta

    Paperback

    "Auletta puts the most human of faces on Turner yet . . . [as] a tycoon who has lost his power." —BusinessWeekMore

  9. Book ImageThe Record Men: The Chess Brothers and the Birth of Rock & Roll

    Rich Cohen

    Paperback

    "Brilliant; the best book I have ever read about the recording industry; a classic."--Larry KingMore