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Bamboo Innovator Daily Insight: 13 May (Wed) – Gates: 50 Years of Warren’s Wisdom; Marc Andreessen paid a midnight visit to the founders of Airbnb that ‘changed the company forever’; From pumping gas to a $6 billion fortune — the impressive rags-to-riches story of Forever 21′s husband-and-wife cofounders

Life

  • 50 Years of Warren’s Wisdom: GatesNotes
  • Marc Andreessen paid a midnight visit to the founders of Airbnb that ‘changed the company forever’: BI
  • From pumping gas to a $6 billion fortune — the impressive rags-to-riches story of Forever 21′s husband-and-wife cofounders: BI
  • Mr HDB Mr Lim Km San: He proved HDB critics wrong: AsiaOne
  • Warren Buffett tells Bill Gates why he’s such an optimist: BI
  • How playing World of Warcraft every day for a year led Robert Hohman to found a US$1 billion start-up: SCMP
  • A UK productivity evangelist with eyes on £300bn prize; John Neill believes ‘Unipart Way’ can help UK business compete: FT
  • Bill Gates, Andy Grove and Steve Jobs: The Strategies They Shared: NYT
  • What the Starbucks CEO Learned from Gen. McChrystal: Generalship is more like gardening than playing chess says the man who tracked down Saddam Hussein and al-Zarqawi.: WSJ
  • To Win People Over, Speak to Their Wants and Needs: HBR
  • What sets LeBron James truly apart? His mind. Fortune
  • The incredible life of Jimmy Choo founder Tamara Mellon: BI
  • CEO: How a small shift in my language opened up massive growth opportunities: BI
  • What Is Strategy, Again?: HBR
  • Schwarzman: Harvard Admitted Rejecting Me Was a Mistake: Bloomberg
  • Elon Musk’s childhood was ‘excruciating’ and he got beaten up a lot: BI
  • Comic book writer explains how she gets paid to make people uncomfortable: BI
  • 10 proven tactics for reading people’s body language: BI
  • Google has a secret apartment where Larry Page and Elon Musk meet to discuss crazy ideas about the future: BI
  • The world’s lust for new technology is creating a ‘hell on Earth’ in Mongolia: BI
  • Banks Rethink Common Sales Tricks: Long-acceptable trading tactics on Wall Street become potential criminal offenses: WSJ
  • Buddhist Monk in Thailand Relies on Karma for Lending Success; Microlender sets interest according to borrower’s good deeds, avoids defaults with neighborly peer pressure: WSJ
  • ‘Revolution of the Eye: Modern Art and the Birth of American Television’ Review: WSJ

Books

  • Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World: Amazon

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