Wars of Succession: The Blessings, Curses and Lessons that Family-owned Firms Offer Anyone in Business
There are an estimated three million family-run businesses in the United States. Statistically, nothing divides family like money. WARS OF SUCCESSION uses a mix of well-known and little-known cases to show how smart founders and managers make sure the right people take over the corporate reins.
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Page 28 - In a limited partnership, one or more general partners manage the business while one or more limited partners contribute capital.
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Page 19 - Reynolds found that 10 percent of Americans between the ages of 25 and 34 were actively involved in creating a startup company, a rate about three times as high as any other age group.