Family Business

The Dynamics CEOs Should Consider when Passing Down the Family Business

Family business owners need to be prepared for a variety of scenarios when it comes to determining their exit strategy.

3 Keys for Great Succession Planning in a Family-Run Business

A new study by EY Global and Kennesaw State University sheds some light on how CEOs and owners of family-run companies perceive the strengths and weaknesses of family ownership, especially when it comes to succession and on what they do to make sure it endures as a family-run business.

How to Keep Family Dynamics From Derailing a Succession Plan: 3 Tips for CEOs

Family businesses face unique challenges when transitioning from one generation to the next. The struggle to protect family and business interests requires a thoughtful strategy, and succession is even more difficult if there is no clear candidate to lead the business.

8 Business Lessons from a 9-Year-Old Entrepreneur

Out of the mouths of babes—or at least 9-year-olds—can flow some pretty sage advice for CEOs and business chiefs. At least when it comes from Alina Morse, the founder of a startup company called Zollipops, which has received national acclaim for its innovative product—cavity-fighting lollipops. Here are 8 basic but timeless insights based on the Zollipops experience.

Longevity and the Family Business: Tricky Transitions

Keeping a family business going from generation to generation can be tricky, especially when you don't know whether the next generation will want to take over or not.

5 Ways to Create a Successful Family Business

According to the National Restaurant Association, there are 970,000 restaurants in America. Further research indicates that the three-year failure rate for restaurants hovers around 60 percent. So just what is it that makes some restaurants fold, while others turn into gold? For two successful Washington D.C.-based restaurants, the answer to their success starts with family.

Controlling Conflict in a Family Business

Internecine battles in closely held firms need not lead to deadly civil wars.
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CEO Confidence Hits New Low For 2018 In July As Optimism In Future Growth Fades

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Five Tips For When You’re Ready To Sell Your Company

Founder-CEOs might have a hard time letting go of their baby, but when it’s time to sell, it’s time. Here are five tips on selling your company.

Sonnenfeld: PepsiCo’s Indra Nooyi Did It Her Way

PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi plans to step aside in October, leaving an impressive legacy at the beverage giant—not only in terms of performance, but in terms of corporate culture.

When Politics And Business Clash

When it comes to dealing with customers divided along ideological lines, there aren’t any simple choices.

Elon Musk Goes To Charm School

Wall Street thought Elon Musk was apologizing. He was letting them know he’s been studying for the next chapter of his incredible journey.