Tags » Family Business

Cape Cod Family Business Destroyed By Fire

HARWICH (CBS) — Greta Ribb was trying to keep busy on Friday, finishing floral arrangements for a weekend wedding while at the same time trying not to think about the fire that destroyed her family’s Cape Cod business: the… 235 more words


The Epic Fall of Guess Jeans And The Marciano Brothers

Technically, Guess went public in 1996. As far as control goes, though, it remains as much a family-run company–family-dominated, really–as when it was founded in 1981. 111 more words


iLEAD’s US Module Sets Strong Pace for Preparing Next-Generation Global Business Leaders

Experiencing unparalleled international networking opportunities, world-class academic discussions, interactive panels with select executives, practical hands-on learning opportunities, and visits to leading American and Chinese companies with significant global impact, an exclusive group of next-generation global business leaders completed the inaugural 2015… 2,403 more words

Family Business

I have died and gone to HEAVEN!!!

If someone had told me that you could find the most delicious, mouthwatering, knock your socks off baked goods that contained NO artificial colours, I would say that you were lying.   691 more words


What It Means To Work For Your Parents

Since my Mom started her law practice in Toronto, I have been working with her every so often. I’ve heard people say both things – it’s better to work with your parents because you learn more and also that it’s better to work for others because they’re more likely to treat you as an employee. 635 more words


The Cost of Good Living

I remember the day when my husband passed his contractors state license test to become an HVAC contractor. He passed with flying colors, on the first try. 486 more words


Crafting solid family agreements: your most important step

IN MY previous columns, I wrote lengthily about the need to pursue governance in the family business. And without any doubt, crafting a family constitution or a charter is one major step to every founder’s dream and aspiration of ensuring that his blood, sweat and tears (legacy) is cemented for generations to come. 663 more words

Family Business