Former Google CEO to co-write management book
Now that he is no longer Google's CEO, Eric Schmidt evidently has more time to write books.
His upcoming book will be called “No Adult Supervision Required: How To Build Successful 21st Century Companies.” Schmidt is co-writing it with Jonathan Rosenberg, one of Schmidt's top lieutenants at Google.
Publisher Business Plus, an imprint of Hachette Book Group, announced on Monday that it plans to release the book in fall 2014.
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