Fb2 A Cool Billion ePub
by Michael C. Perkins,Celia H. Nunez
|Category:||Thrillers and Suspense|
|Subcategory:||Suspense and Thriller|
|Author:||Michael C. Perkins,Celia H. Nunez|
|Publisher:||iUniverse (July 1, 2000)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1106 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1661 kb|
|Digital formats:||doc rtf txt lit|
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Written by the ultimate Silicon Valley insiders, Michael C. Perkins and Celia Núñez, A Cool Billion gives readers a glimpse of the exclusive and frenetic world of the decade's new power players. A Cool Billion is a classic tale of avarice and ego, with a 21st century twist: An ambitious journalist, Steven Cavanaugh, pushes a friend to dig up confidential information about the high tech startup where she works. She agrees, and turns up dead the next day. Enraged and guilt-ridden, Steven pursues the man he suspects killed her-until he stumbles onto a billion-dollar conspiracy.
Michael C. Perkins, Celia H. Núñez
Michael C. Núñez. The Archimedes Device. Michael C. Perkins, . A Cool Book! By Thriftbooks. com User, September 19, 2000. This book is a real page-turner! I started reading the book on Sunday figuring that I could pick away at it during the week. A Cool Billion by Michael Perkins (co-author of Internet Bubble and a founder of The Red Herring) with Celia Nunez have conspired to write a Silicon Valley based thriller with fast cars, fire power and fine dining (I'm thinking about the scene in the book at Buck's) If you are tired of reading all the dry tell all business books
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A Cool Billion by Michael C. A Covenant of Love by Gilbert Morris - 1992 - 361 pages. A Tangled Web by Bill Raetz - 2002 - 404 pages. A Taste of Cold Steel by Barry V. Voss - 1997 - 572 pages.
A Cool Million: The Dismantling of Lemuel Pitkin is Nathanael West's third novel, published in 1934. It is a brutal satire of Horatio Alger's novels and their eternal optimism. As a satire of the Horatio Alger myth of success, the novel is evocative of Voltaire’s Candide, which satirized the philosophical optimism of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz and Alexander Pope.
He is also the author of The Red Herring Guide to the Digital Universe. Библиографические данные. Anthony B. Perkins, Michael C. Perkins.
Jan Martin Nordbotten, Michael A. Celia. Michael Anthony Celia, L. A. Ferrand, C. Brebbia, William G. Gray, G. F. Pinder. Download (PDF). Читать. Geological Storage of CO2: Modeling Approaches for Large-Scale Simulation. Jan Martin Nordbotten, Michael A. Download (DJVU). Perkins, Celia Nune. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove A Cool Billion from your list? A Cool Billion. by Michael C. Perkins, Celia Nunez. Published May 2000 by iUniverse. Avarice, Internet, High technology, Fiction.
For example, one page tells us why the earth is blue and green and how many gallons of water and trees cover the Earth. There are many large numbers and those numbers are also written out in words so you can more easily read it to your kids or students without having to stop and take a lot of time to figure it out (before the kids lose interest!).
Money. Greed. Power.
Welcome to Silicon Valley, a place where wealth is counted not in millions, but in billions of dollars; where the ambition is to own not a fleet of cars, but a hangar full of planes; and where the Forbes 400 list serves as a de facto Social Register.
This is the world so vividly captured in this insightful debut novel. Written by the ultimate Silicon Valley insiders, Michael C. Perkins and Celia NÃºÃ±ez, A Cool Billion gives readers a glimpse of the exclusive and frenetic world of the decade's new power players.
A Cool Billion is a classic tale of avarice and ego, with a 21st century twist: An ambitious journalist, Steven Cavanaugh, pushes a friend to dig up confidential information about the high tech startup where she works. She agrees, and turns up dead the next day. Enraged and guilt-ridden, Steven pursues the man he suspects killed her—until he stumbles onto a billion-dollar conspiracy. Now the race is on: the conspirators are after Steven, and his only hope for survival is to elude them long enough to unravel their identities.