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You can succeed where Steve Jobs failed.
—William Scarpino, David Sher
If only parents could react faster—and sons and daughters could slow down.
—James E. Barrett
For two generations, Delaware's biggest beer distributor was troubled by disputes between two sets of Tigani brothers. Then a third-generation son pointed the way to a peaceful solution.
Let's face it: Some businesses succeed by doing the same thing year after year. So how do younger generations keep their creative juices flowing?
—Jayne A. Pearl
The most obvious person for the job may not always be the best long-term choice.
How to make the best of a marital divorce between business owners.
Electrical contracting is no place for a woman? Guess again.
You might conclude that Wendi Deng is a gold-digger and a home-wrecker. But I wonder.
The Knights produced great newspapers, then went public. The mediocre Newhouses fought the IRS to stay private. Guess who's producing great journalism now?
—Stephen J. Simurda
Why do employees idolize abusive family bosses?
Women can make terrific CEOs. Family companies can reap the benefits—if dads can handle it.
—Kathryn Levy Feldman
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