The top reads of 2016 - as chosen by influential leaders around the world

Virgin Group founder Richard Branson speaks at a press event in Sydney, September 9, 2015. Branson announced that on September 10 in Australia all phone calls from his Virgin Mobile phone company will be free, a 'call-to-arms' for Australians to talk to others in as more personal means than emails and social media.   REUTERS/Jason Reed     - RTS7GI

Facebook asked 62 of its 'global influencers' what they read in 2016. Image: REUTERS/Jason Reed

Alex Gray
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