There’s a strong chance you might be viewing this article from a Dell product. Dell Technologies chairman and CEO Michael Dell had an interest in computers since he was a young boy. At the age of 15, he bought an Apple computer—to take it apart to see how it worked. Later in college, he started building computers in his dorm room and sold them to students. Dell’s business strategy focused on strong customer support and cheaper prices, making Dell computers one of the world's largest PC makers.
Fast-forward to present day and Dell has been ranked as the 20th richest person in the world by Forbes. It’s quite impressive for a self-made businessman who racked in $80,000 by the end of his freshman year in college from creating computers. With such a remarkable resume, we were curious to find out which books made the innovator’s reading list.