Born to Power: Heirs to America's Leading Businesses
Who will inherit control of America's best-known family businesses? Jan Pottker profiles the young heirs who've taken charge or are being groomed for leadership of prominent family companies. Here is a fascinating analysis of companies and the families that gave them birth--spiced with intriguing insights and little-known anecdotes culled from interviews with the heirs.
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