How to become a billionaire by selling nothing

Random House India
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A billionaire stock investor with a dragon-sized ego finds himself in an outrageous pickle when an eccentric entrepreneur approaches him to invest in his company which makes a revolutionary new product–NOTHING. While the billionaire dismisses him with 1 lakh rupees to seek psychiatric help, the entrepreneur instead uses the money to start manufacturing NOTHING, assigning him a stake in the company as a sign of gratefulness. Caught in a precarious situation, the billionaire must now debate the validity of the stake he has unintentionally picked up in the company as it becomes more and more valuable each day with everyone from politicians to filmstars to aam aadmis parading the power of Nothing. Things escalate into a circus when another company sues for what they believe is a blatant patent plagiarism of their original idea. Rambunctious, packed with tons of sarcasm, spoofs, and sketches, How to Become a Billionaire by Selling Nothing looks at the inherent madness of human nature and the ridiculous lengths people go to while doing business.
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About the author

Aditya Magal is 28, lives in Bangalore, grew up in Bombay and calls this awesome, mad place called India his home. Writing is the only thing he has wanted to do but bills force him to trade stocks and do other things. He is addicted to pizza, pav bhaji, dosa, and other junk foods. His ambition in life is to eat, sleep, and watch TV. He can also be found blogging at www.rakeshjhunjhunwala.in and tweeting as @jhunjhunwala on http://twitter.com/jhunjhunwala This is his first book.

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Publisher
Random House India
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Published on
May 9, 2014
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Pages
387
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ISBN
9788184006186
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Language
English
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Genres
Humor / General
Literary Collections / Essays
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This content is DRM protected.
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