First sale for 50 MOST DANGEROUS COMPANIES IN THE WORLD!

We are really glad to let you know that we now have the first deal for THE 50 MOST DANGEROUS COMPANIES IN THE WORLD!

Large multinational corporations influence how we think, what we eat, who we meet, how we spend our time and even who we vote for. As those businesses grow, their influence and power over people and governments also grows. To make sure that the future is not dictated by corporations, but by people, we need to know more about them.

Hungarian publisher Scolar pre-empted the title immediately after reading and they said:

When reading this we are sitting behind Ikea desks, using Microsoft laptops, maybe even drinking Coca-Cola. After the Covid times we plan to travel with Ryanair on a Boeing airplane. But until we cannot travel, we advise to read this book, which can bring closer to the understanding the world around us. We are happy to present to the Hungarian readers this undoubtedly exciting reading.
– Andras Kozma, Foreign Rights Manager, Scolar Kiadó, Hungary

 

Download the English sample by clicking here



THE 50 MOST DANGEROUS COMPANIES IN THE WORLD

by Hannu Sokala and Juha-Pekka Raeste
Otava/Nemo, January 2021Large multinational corporations influence how we think, what we eat, who we meet, how we spend our time and even who we vote for. As those businesses grow, their influence and power over people and governments also grows. To make sure that the future is not dictated by corporations, but by people, we need to know more about them.This exciting non-fiction title by experienced financial journalists Hannu Sokala and Juha-Pekka Raeste covers 50 companies that comprise a large part of global market forces. They determine what kind of a world we all live in.Some of the companies in the book are relatively unknown (Zhōngguó Yāncǎo Zǒnggōngsī and BlackRock) some predictable (Google, Amazon), some may seem surprising (Ikea and Disney) and some inevitable (Gazprom and Chevron). Some of the companies benefit from our everyday needs (Cargill, Coca-Cola), some from our vanity (Bytedance, Facebook), and some from our greed (Goldman Sachs, Berkshire Hathaway).The book reads like a thriller, but it is non-fiction. It offers a comprehensive and often a startling perspective on the most important, and dangerous, companies in the world.

 

THE 50 MOST DANGEROUS COMPANIES IN THE WORLD
MAAILMAN 50 VAARALLISINTA YHTIÖTÄ

Otava/Nemo, January 2021

Reading materials:
English sample

Rights sold:

FINLAND: Otava/Nemo (orig.)
HUNGARY: Scolar