Another batch of old books to catalog in my library, looking at @guyspier idea to use libib.com I could classify them going from right to upper left as a pre or post Amazon/Bezos 🙂 I see on the right great book on Andre Meyer a genius french-american investment banker that become partner at Lazard Frères […]
Author: Luca Unti
Degree in Economics and Finance from the University of Pisa, Tuscany. Highly-experienced value Investor with a demonstrated history of working within the internet industry since its inception. A background from a very young age in Finance via innovative investment tools and mentors such as Paolo Federici. Dynamic angel investor and champion of execution-driven teams, employing the latest remote software tools facilitating virtual teams working on multiple projects. In-depth knowledge of the following books : "Execution - getting things done" by Larry Bossidy; "Winning" by Jack & Suzy Welch, "Blitzscaling" by Chris Yeh & Reid Hoffman; "Hacking Growth" Sean E/Morgan B; "The Cold Start Problem" by Andrew Chen and all podcasts and related books by David Heinemeier Hansson (DHH) and Jason Fried (Remote: Office Not Required and the others) are requested for startup investing . Projects undertaken solely with founders already skilled in working with *very complex* projects via remote software tools. I have been a strong advocate of the concept of the VIRTUAL COMPANY for decades (early user of Lotus Notes).
Talking about vintage, history and books, my favorite one -:) A few days ago I was looking at my home library, I saw a book with a nice binding. I picked it up, nice heavy cover, precious binding. I opened it and was blown away. It was: “A famous corner of Tuscany” by Evangeline Whipple, […]
I love New York, its sunrises, sunsets, perennial chaos in 24 hours. I think it’s the city that impressed me the most since the first time I went landing on a very cold February morning in 1984. I immediately called my aunt Yolanda who lived in Brooklyn and told her that if I had time […]