The Best Business and Investment Books To Buy As A Gift

Let's face it, sometimes it's hard to find that "perfect" gift for a loved one. Well, if you are still searching for the ideal present for your business-minded mom, dad, friend, or associate, don't panic.

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We've gathered the best business and investments books as recommended by a Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, Mark Cuban, Evan Williams, and Tim Cook for you to consider buying that hard-to-shop for one someone with an interest in dollars and common sense.

"Business Adventures" by John Brooks [Buy]
"Brooks's work is a great reminder that the rules for running a strong business and creating value haven't changed. For one thing, there's an essential human factor in every business endeavor. It doesn't matter if you have a perfect product, production plan and marketing pitch; you'll still need the right people to lead and implement those plans." - Bill Gates

"The Intelligent Investor" by Benjamin Graham [Buy]
“Chapters 8 and 20 have been the bedrock of my investing activities for more than 60 years,” says Warren Buffett. “I suggest that all investors read those chapters and reread them every time the market has been especially strong or weak.”

"Rework" by Jason Fried [Buy]
"If given a choice between investing in someone who has read REWORK or has an MBA, I'm investing in REWORK every time. This is a must read for every entrepreneur." - Mark Cuban.

"Good to Great" by Jim Collins [Buy]
"If you read business books, you should read this business book. You'll read all others with a more skepitcal (and intelligent) eye." - Evan Williams

Competing Against Time” by George Stalk Jr. [Buy]
Tim Cook has been known to hand out copies to Apple employees.

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