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October 10, 2016

Dark Matters
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Our guest Michael Dow spent 25+ years in corporate America, in roles running the gamut from management consultant to CEO. But he recently traded the boardroom for the bookshelf with the release of his first ficton book DARK MATTERS.

DARK MATTERS is a thought-provoking technothriller, set in a world fully polarized by the rift between the haves and the have-nots. It is a world of extraordinary new technologies–but also one of dwindling natural resources, and an ever-swelling human population. Dark Matters offers a unique, entertaining, and (mostly) fictional perspective on the topics of income inequality, the responsibilities of wealth, and our ultimate role in the universe. This dystopian adventure is the first book in the Dark Matters Trilogy.
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Corporate Talk: Michael Dow
Michael Dow's Dark Matters is a thought-provoking technothriller, set in a world fully polarized by the rift between the haves and the have-nots. It is a world of extraordinary new technologies–but also one of dwindling natural resources, and an ever-swelling human population. Dark Matters offers a unique, entertaining, and (mostly) fictional perspective on the topics of income inequality, the responsibilities of wealth, and our ultimate role in the universe. This epic adventure is the first book in the Dark Matters Trilogy
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Michael Dow
Michael Dow spent 25+ years in corporate America, in roles running the gamut from management consultant to CEO. He has worked at companies ranging in size from start-up to over one billion dollars in revenue, and in locations across the globe, from Washington DC to Saudi Arabia. Dark Matters is his first work of fiction (though his competitors have accused him of writing fiction for decades). Mike grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, earning a degree at the University of Virginia Engineering School, and completing the Harvard Business School General Manager Program. He currently lives in Traverse City, Michigan, with his wife and two teenage daughters.

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