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Ambani and Sons is the riveting story of one of the wealthiest families in the world. Dhirubhai Ambani was a rags-to-riches tycoon whose company Reliance, is now one of India's major corporations. His sons, Anil and Mukesh, took over after his death in 2002 and their respective arms of the company are bigger than the parent ever was. However, a family feud of colossal proportions, that has had political reverberations, ensued. The Ambani tale contains a bigger story about modern India, not only as an economic powerhouse, but about the complicated links between government and big business.

©2014 Hamish McDonald (P)2014 Reado

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-21-18

it reflects the indian bureaucracy hurdle of non decisiveness- valid even in 2018. it has already wasted opportunity of many indian generations by their attitude of being safe & having no value for timely actions.

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  • Amol
  • 04-04-17

Bold, real. Must read for all Indians.

The book tells the story of Ambani family in detail. A must read for all Indians.
You will come to know that most of the stories about their business practices are actually true.

From the book, one can know how their business practices are in a way responsible for creating and nurturing corruption in India.

The reading is bit poor though, it seems at times that the reader is moving near and far from the mic causing variations in sound level.