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This startup is the ‘Netflix for books,’ with unlimited access to a huge library for a monthly fee. Now, it’s getting the New York T...
Initially, Adler and his co-founder Jared Friedman set out to help Adler's father publish an academic paper online. Today, Scribd considers itself the Netflix of books.
If you want to read and just can't find the time, or are looking to take a break from bingeing on television, audiobooks can be a great way to give your imagination a workout. Here are 11 audiobooks you should listen to now.
William Bolitho's "Twelve Against the Gods" is a 1929 best-seller dedicated to adventure and the memory of famous adventurers. Elon Musk recommended the non-fiction book in 2016; it's since been re-published.
If you're in the habit of collecting books and never reading them, you might have what the Japanese call 'tsundoku.' The term is used to describe someone who owns a lot of unread literature.
When CEO Satya Nadella took over Microsoft, he started defusing its toxic culture by handing each of his execs a 15-year-old book by a psychologist
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella bought all the members of his senior leadership team a copy of the book "Nonviolent Communication" in 2014 when he joined the company. Here are some of the book's major takeaways.
Some presidential autobiographies offer riveting first-person accounts of presidents' journeys to the White House and the challenges they faced in office. Others are selective about what they include or are simply boring reads. Here are the five worst and five best presidential autobiographies.
Even though these celebrities may be known for their forays into acting, singing, or other entertainment realms, you may not know that they are also accomplished fiction book authors.
J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter" universe-set "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" movie franchise is shaping up to be a globetrotting magical saga.
We shopped at Barnes & Noble and saw a key shortcoming that’s hurting the chain in its battle against Amazon
Barnes & Noble stores are becoming more like libraries than bookstores. People come to browse books, study, have a cup of coffee, and meet up with their friends — but nobody is buying, and sales are hurting because of it.
The 33-year-old millionaire founder of $3.75 billion Box thinks everyone needs to read these two books
Box CEO Aaron Levie said these two books on managerial strategy inspired the way he thinks about his own business.