One, by Paul Manning discussed here in some detail by a reviewer, sorta fits into my field of historic interest.
I did question some of his reasoning in coming to certain conclusions following DNA and other scientific advances. But the international ramifications of business propounded on by Manning weren't exactly boring as they seem to be echoed in a book about IBM!
I did expect a more biographical treatment, not so much about economics of big business' covert wheelings and dealings.
Perhaps rather fitting in these times of "too big to fail" - just kidding!
Go read both and make up your own mind.
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albeit here a bit streamlined, style of writing.