The Very, Very Rich (Summary)

ebook Profiles of Phenomenal Entrepreneurs, How They Got That Way, and How You Can, Too!

By Mike Caslin

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getAbstract Summary: Get the key points from this book in less than 10 minutes.

How the rich got that way is an interesting enough topic. But an interesting topic does not necessarily make an intriguing book. Author Steve Mariotti profiles 20 well-known 20th-century entrepreneurs. You will easily recognize the names Bezos, Branson, Burrell, Kroc, Roddick, Walton, Ford and Winfrey. However, the author presents little new information about them. His profiles are short; three to four pages, and take the tone of corporate press releases. The book works best as a compendium of capitalist success stories, and recommends it as a student's primer in entrepreneurial studies. Since the author shares cover credit with the charitable program he launched to help low-income teen entrepreneurs, that might be just the audience that the author had in mind.

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Career Press

The Very, Very Rich (Summary)