en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – March 2016
'I would like to die on Mars, just not on impact.' - ELON MUSK. South African born ELON MUSK is the renowned entrepreneur and innovator behind PayPal, SpaceX, Tesla, and SolarCity. For twelve months, he was shadowed by tech reporter, Ashlee Vance, who has written this important, exciting and intelligent account of the real-life Iron Man.
|Toate formatele și edițiile||Preț||Express|
|Carte Paperback (4)||37.09 lei Economic 10-22 zile||+5.77 lei 3-7 zile|
|Random House – March 2016||37.09 lei Economic 10-22 zile||+5.77 lei 3-7 zile|
|HARPERCOLLINS; – 05 Apr 2016||47.72 lei Economic 2-4 săpt.||+6.69 lei 8-14 zile|
|Random House – 07 Apr 2016||56.79 lei Economic 10-22 zile||+7.74 lei 3-7 zile|
|HARPERCOLLINS; – 24 Jan 2017||82.95 lei Economic 2-4 săpt.||+9.54 lei 8-14 zile|
|CD-Audio (1)||188.69 lei Economic 2-4 săpt.||+17.55 lei 8-14 zile|
|BLACKSTONE AUDIO BOOKS – 18 May 2015||188.69 lei Economic 2-4 săpt.||+17.55 lei 8-14 zile|
Preț: 54.57 lei
Preț: 62.78 lei
Preț: 61.53 lei
Preț: 59.16 lei
Preț: 61.17 lei
Preț: 79.95 lei
Preț: 58.37 lei
Preț: 61.81 lei
Preț: 78.31 lei
Preț: 69.16 lei
Preț: 24.37 lei
Textul de pe ultima copertă
There are few industrialists in history who could match Elon Musk's relentless drive and ingenious vision. A modern alloy of Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Howard Hughes, and Steve Jobs, Musk is the man behind PayPal, Tesla Motors, SpaceX, and SolarCity, each of which has sent shock waves throughout American business and industry. More than any other executive today, Musk has dedicated his energies and his own vast fortune to inventing a future that is as rich and far-reaching as a science fiction fantasy.
In this lively, investigative account, veteran technology journalist Ashlee Vance offers an unprecedented look into the remarkable life and times of Silicon Valley's most audacious businessman. Written with exclusive access to Musk, his family, and his friends, the book traces his journey from his difficult upbringing in South Africa to his ascent to the pinnacle of the global business world. Vance spent more than fifty hours in conversation with Musk and interviewed close to three hundred people to tell the tumultuous stories of Musk's world-changing companies and to paint a portrait of a complex man who has renewed American industry and sparked new levels of innovation—all while making plenty of enemies along the way.
In 1992, Elon Musk arrived in the United States as a ferociously driven immigrant bent on realizing his wildest dreams. Since then, Musk's roller-coaster life has brought him grave disappointments alongside massive successes. After being forced out of PayPal, fending off a life-threatening case of malaria, and dealing with the death of his infant son, Musk abandoned Silicon Valley for Los Angeles. He spent the next few years baffling his friends by blowing his entire fortune on rocket ships and electric cars. Cut to 2012, however, and Musk had mounted one of the greatest resurrections in business history: Tesla, SpaceX, and SolarCity had enjoyed unparalleled success, and Musk's net worth soared to more than $5 billion.
At a time when many American companies are more interested in chasing easy money than in taking bold risks on radical new technology, Musk stands out as the only businessman with enough dynamism and vision to tackle—and even revolutionize—three industries at once. Vance makes the case that Musk's success heralds a return to the original ambition and invention that made America an economic and intellectual powerhouse. Elon Musk is a brilliant, penetrating examination of what Musk's career means for a technology industry undergoing dramatic change and offers a taste of what could be an incredible century ahead.
“[T]his work will likely serve as the definitive account of a man whom so far we’ve seen mostly through caricature. By the final pages, too, any reader will sense the need to put comparisons to Steve Jobs aside. Give Musk credit. There is no one like him.”
“[A] spirited and riveting biography.”
“The SpaceX and Tesla founder certainly sees setbacks as an unavoidable part of innovation. But a brilliant new biography paints a picture of him as an obsessive, intolerant perfectionist.”
“Fascinating and superbly researched…”