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New business and finance books in 2024

We like to keep track of what’s coming up from business reporters and finance experts.  Apart from anything else, it can often materially assist media relations efforts and other marketing efforts such as conference speaker options.


Ben “BitBoy” Armstrong, crypto influencer

Catching Up to FTX: Lessons Learned in My Crusade Against Corruption, Fraud, and Bad Hair

(December 27, Wiley)


Chris Blackhurst, veteran UK business editor

The World's Biggest Cash Machine: Manchester United, the Glazers, and the Struggle for Football's Soul

(January 23, Macmillan)


Isabel Berwick, Financial Times work writer and podcast host

Thrive: How to Make Working Work for You

(January 23, Pavillion)


Ken Costa, M&A banker over four decades (UBS, Lazard) 

The 100 Trillion Dollar Wealth Transfer: How the Handover from Boomers to Gen Z Will Revolutionize Capitalism

(January 30, Bloomsbury)


Gregory Makoff, Centre for International Governance Innovation

Default: The Landmark Court Battle over Argentina's $100 Billion Debt Restructuring

(February 1, Georgetown)


David Carlisle, anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing expert, Elliptic

The Crypto Launderers: Crime and Cryptocurrencies from the Dark Web to DeFi and Beyond (February 12, Wiley)


Kara Swisher, podcaster and columnist, ex New York Times, ReCode

Burn Book: A Tech Love Story

a witty, scathing, but fair accounting of the tech industry and its founders.” 

(February 27, Simon & Schuster)


Megan Greenwell, ex editor

Welcome to Vampire Country - how private equity has compromised the conditions of American workers and gutted entire industries

(DeyStreet/HarperCollins, late-2024)


Tae Kim, senior writer at Barron’s, ex Bloomberg and CNBC

 ‘The Nvidia Way’

(“a company I've followed closely for 30 years.  Please reach out if you have any interesting Nvidia stories or suggestions for topics I should cover. I'll share updates on this project)



Robbie Whelan, Wall Street Journal Hollywood correspondent

‘Bob Iger and the Fight for the Soul of Disney”



Natasha Singer, New York Times tech writer

Writing a book on K-12 computer science education. Follow Natasha for updates:


Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai, TechCrunch

Writing a book on Hacking Team and the industry of government spyware. Follow Lorenzo for updates:


Charlie Munger, Buffett’s right hand at Berkshire Hathaway, died November 28, 2023

Poor Charlie’s Almanack: The Essential Wit and Wisdom of Charles T. Munger

(December 5, Stripe Press, first published 2005)


Andrew Marshall is Cognito’s Managing Director, New York and Vice Chairman