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Siblings and the Family Business

Siblings must accomplish four core tasks in the transition from the founding generation. It can take time and effort but sibling partnerships can develop very effective leadership of their enterprise and stronger personal bonds in the family through their collaboration on these tasks. 342 more words

Family Businesses

Member Update: Teacher Created Material

Teacher Created Materials is doing a great job in their efforts to raise awareness for breast cancer this month and we want to congratulate them on their generous and philanthropic efforts. 19 more words

Family Businesses

What Kind of Leader Are You?

The NFL season is upon us, which for many of you is the best time of year.  I am not a huge NFL fan, but I will still watch some games, as I recover from my College Football Saturday hangover.   943 more words

Family Businesses

Should your teenager get a part-time job?

By Sheryl Smolkin

School has barely started and your teenager tells you she wants to get a part-time job. While you admire her enthusiasm, you are naturally worried about the impact working 15-20 hours per week will have on both her and the family. 553 more words

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America's Family Businesses

Ashtabula County is a great place to start and grow family businesses. We will be producing an article on Ashtabula County’s family businesses in the future. 1,702 more words

Family Businesses

From Neon Signs To Snail Products: These Aren't Your Typical Family Businesses

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Often, when you ask somebody what they do for a living, you’re not expecting a response like “bootmaker.” But George Vlagos, as you can see above, is doing his part to keep the art of hand-made bootmaking, and his family business, alive and well. 343 more words


Another Tale About the Morbid Dissolving of NYC

Each day I wonder why tourists come to NYC? Well, not really.

There’s what left of cultural enrichment — although most of it is very mainstream. 484 more words