Suk Lee is a publishing veteran who has worked for several decades with many major American publishers. She lives in New York City. Bob Song is a Chinese publishing and IT industry veteran. He lives in Beijing.
Praise for Jack Ma, founder and chairman of Alibaba: "The most powerful businessman in Asia." -Forbes "[China's] greatest rags-to-riches hero, an inspiration to a generation of budding entrepreneurs." -The Guardian "An icon of China's entry into the digital age." -Time "Ma's company has, in a way, revealed the potential of small and mid-sized businesses across the globe." -Business Insider "A serial disrupter- an outsider with a knack for creating new markets by re-imagining old industries." -New York Times "Godfather of China's scrappy entrepreneurial spirit." -Financial Times Praise for previous titles in Agate B2's In Their Own Words Series: "It's the same treatment given such luminaries as Winston Churchill, Abraham Lincoln and Christopher Hitchens and offers Jobs's views on life, death, technology and design, among other topics." --Timothy R. Smith, The Washington Post "[It's] like eating salted peanuts: Once you start reading, it's hard to stop." --Anne Fisher, CNN Money "A 160-page collection of quotes from the most iconic product pitchman since P.T. Barnum." --Ben Popper, The New York Observer BetaBeat blog "A much better Jobs product is coming soon. It'll entertain you for hours, and no -- it is not a Jobs-branded iPad or anything similarly high-tech. It is, friends, an old-fashioned book!" --Hillary Reinsberg, Mogulite "Inspirational reading pleasure." --Courtney Boyd Myers, The Next Web "The kind of book that you read, think about, and then pass on to a friend or colleague...I learned a lot about Jobs' thinking process." --Allen Stern, CenterNetworks "A short work to be dipped into for nuggets of business (or law firm) wisdom..." --Michael Roach, Law Technology News