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Audible Fast Company, April 2016

Narrated by: Ken Borgers
Length: 1 hr and 24 mins
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Summary

In this issue:

"Learning Larry Page's Alphabet": When Google became Alphabet, the rationale seemed simple: that a company of companies can innovate faster than a single large beast. But that’s only the start.

"David Chang Wants To Fuku You Up": An exclusive look at how the Momofuku chef is expanding his empire, plus details about his top-secret new project.

"Adam Neumann's $16 Billion Neo-Utopian Play To Turn WeWork Into WeWorld": When Google became Alphabet, the rationale seemed simple: that a company of companies can innovate faster than a single large beast. But that’s only the start.

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Love this Magazine but terrible narration

What did you like best about Audible Fast Company, April 2016? What did you like least?

I love the content - three great tech features from the latest issue.

What other book might you compare Audible Fast Company, April 2016 to, and why?

Great for people who like popular business and new tech titles.

How could the performance have been better?

The performance was really hard to take - really drone-like, it sounds like he's really bored and doesn't even understand the content sometimes.