Business books don’t have to be boring. In addition to being practical and informative, the following books are as entertaining to us business-minded folks as the latest thrillers and other fiction best-sellers are to other people.
Text by Stacy Wynn | June 5, 2018 | Lifestyle

No Easy Answers
Ben Horowitz of venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz and former co-founder of Opsware (which was bought out for $1.6 billion by Hewlett Packard) has a wealth of business-building experience. In The Hard Thing About Hard Things, he covers challenges such as what to do when smart people are bad employees.






One-Stop Finance
Liz Claman packs the hard-won experience of Warren Buffet, Steve Forbes, Jim Cramer, John C. Bogle, Bill Gross, Susan Ivey, A.G. Lafley, John Myers, Suze Orman and many more between the pages of The Best Investment Advice I Ever Received. Even seasoned businessmen will find useful items inside.






The Classic
The more things change, the more they stay the same. Though The Intelligent Investor has been revised for the realities of 21st Century markets, Benjamin Graham’s error-shielding, long-term focused strategies, originally published in 1949, still hold true today. If you read it years ago, it’s worth a refresher re-read.






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