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'At last, a book about Google that does not require readers to get in touch with their inner geek. The most important company of the internet era, and the most controversial new media company for a generation has deserved a more accessible account for the general reader. In the hands of Ken Auletta, media writer for The New Yorker magazine, it gets one.' --Financial Times
'Richly reported ... Auletta has provided the fullest account yet of the rise of one of the most profitable, most powerful and oddest businesses the world has ever seen' --San Francisco Chronicle
'I cannot wait to read Ken's book. He is a rare business journalist and author who manages to combine extraordinary access to the kings and queens of industry without ever compromising his editorial integrity. If anyone can shed light on the Google monster, it is Ken.' -- Michael Grade
'A telling portrait of a paradigm-altering company, which in 11 years has utterly transformed the business and media landscape' --New York Times
'Compelling' --The Economist
A revealing, forward-looking examination of the outsize influence Google has had on the changing media landscapeSee all Product Description
The book is almost new. The are no marks, no ears and no missing pages. I would recommend it to anyone.Published on 2 Sept. 2013 by fabrizio
I really enjoyed this book. It gives a thorough and fairly well balanced (although you can soon see that Ken is a staunch supporter of Google) account of the meteoric rise of... Read morePublished on 30 Jan. 2011 by Mr. R. Englander