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Hear Steve Jobs introduce the iPhone, Lee Iacocca hold forth on the topic of Japanese trade, Warren Buffett's thoughts on the financial future of America's youth, and Jack Welch at his final management meeting as CEO of General Electric. These are just four of the 14 speeches in this amazing collection.

1. Bill Gates
2. Jeff Bezos
3. Steve Jobs
4. Lee Iacocca
5. Sheryl Sandberg
6. Sam and Bud Walton
7. Mark Zuckerberg
8. Carly Fiorina
9. Tim Cook
10. Warren Buffett
11. Alan Mulally
12. Jeff Immelt
13. Eric Schmidt
14. Jack Welch

©2016 SpeechWorks, a division of SoundWorks, Inc. (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • ted loos
  • 04-02-17

How about some chapter titles?

Kind of silly to listen to an anonymous speaker entitled "chapter 3". Frustrating, but I'll just listen and compare to other speakers on YouTube and see if I can figure out who I'm listening to....

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  • Sarah Ash
  • 04-04-18

Needs an intro between speeches

How could you possibly string one speech after another, in the format of an audiobook, without taking a moment in between to introduce the speaker, the venue, and the year? The content is great for the most part but can be confusing to decipher who on earth is talking.