Daily Archive: September 8, 2020

Book recommendations from Fortune’s 40 under 40 in finance

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An examination of the character traits and challenges faced by four U.S. Presidents from one of America’s most prominent historians; a Wall Street Journal bestseller about the mysteries of group behavior; and one of the most influential books about the power of motivation.

Here is a selection of book recommendations from this year’s 40 Under 40 in finance.

Serve to Win by Novak Djokovic

The discipline, drive, and sacrifices required to win—and to consistently stay at the top—resonated with me in Novak Djokovic’s Serve to Win. I was struck by how analogous dedication and drive in the athletic world is to the business world. I think that people who mightily succeed in business are “corporate athletes.” Persistence, mental strength, and the will to never give up are … Read More

Nervous week ahead for Tour after team staff, race director test positive By Reuters

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By Julien Pretot

ILE D’OLERON (Reuters) – Four teams at the Tour de France face a nervous week after each learning on Tuesday that a staff member had tested positive for the novel coronavirus, as one more positive within a week would see the whole team excluded from the race.

All 22 teams set off on the 10th stage after the riders themselves tested negative, with deputy race director Francois Lemarchand waving the flag for racing to commence in place of his boss Christian Prudhomme – who it emerged had also tested positive.

French health authorities and organisers Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) have said that should two members of a team, riders or staff, test positive for the coronavirus the whole outfit will be kicked out of the race.

The International Cycling Union (UCI) and the organisers said in a joint

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