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Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft and the richest man in the U.S., always had a mouth that moved financial markets. Now he’s showing Oprah-like abilities to drive the book market too.

A few weeks back, on his blog the Gates Notes, he named Business Adventures, a long forgotten, out-of-print collection of stories penned New Yorker’s John Brooks, the best business book he ever read. The book, published in 1971–and until this month, out of print–went viral.

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