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    • Feast Days

    • By: Ian MacKenzie
    • Narrated by: Christine Lakin
    • Length: 6 hrs and 26 mins
    • Unabridged
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    In stylish prose and with piercing wit, Ian MacKenzie tells the story of Emma, a young woman who has moved from New York to Brazil just as massive demonstrations against the government are breaking out across the country amid growing economic inequality. Emma has come to Brazil for her husband's career, with no job prospects of her own, a weak grasp of the language, and a deep ambivalence about having a child. 

    Regular price: $28.50

    • The New Patterns of Innovation (Harvard Business Review)

    • By: Rashik Parmar, Ian Mackenzie, David Cohn, and others
    • Narrated by: Todd Mundt
    • Length: 26 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Rashik Parmar, president of IBM’s Academy of Technology, Ian Mackenzie, a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School, David Cohn, a research scientist at IBM’s Thomas J. Watson Research Center, and David Gann, vice president of development and innovation at Imperial College London, write about how examining the data and analytic tools you already have can generate new business ideas and new business models.

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    • Feast Days

    • By: Ian MacKenzie
    • Narrated by: Laurence Bouvard
    • Length: 6 hrs and 10 mins
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    So. We were Americans abroad. We weren’t the doomed travellers in a Paul Bowles novel, and we weren’t the idealists or the malarial, religion-damaged burnouts in something by Greene; but we were people far from home nevertheless. Our naivety didn’t have political consequences. We had GPS in our smartphones. I don’t think we were alcoholics. Our passports were in the same drawer as our collection of international adapters, none of which seemed to fit in Brazilian wall sockets. My husband was in the chrysalis stage of becoming a rich man, and idealism was never my vice.

    Regular price: $9.27