By Eric M. Jackson
WND Digital Edition
This is not your ordinary business book! With its fast-paced narrative and an unabashedly pro-entrepreneurial message, "The PayPal Wars" is a gripping and intelligent read from cover to cover. This candid insider's account shows firsthand how PayPal launched its online payment service and set out to revolutionize the world's currency markets. Along the way the startup's plucky entrepreneurs survived the dot-com bust and fended off a competitive assault by the auction giant eBay. But when hordes of government regulators, trial lawyers and organized crime rings targeted PayPal for destruction, its quest to make Internet history turned into a desperate struggle for survival.
"The PayPal Wars" was honored by USA Book News as one of the top business books in its "Best Books 2004" awards. The Laissez Faire Book Club praised its suspenseful narrative, and Doug Bandow of the Cato Institute hailed it as "an inspiring story." Read "The PayPal Wars" for yourself and find out what all the talk is about.
- WND Books; Second Edition (May 31, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1936488590
- ISBN-13: 978-1936488599