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What about nephews and nieces in the family business?

Siblings who are partners in the family business can have a “blind loyalty” to each other. They can tolerate all manner of behaviors towards one another. Their dual family and business relationship inclines them to give each other the benefit of the doubt in situations that would challenge the partnerships and/or family relationships of most people. At the same time, whatever threat they may experience from a conflict with each other often goes ignored because the emotions attached to the … [Read More...]

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MESH Interactive Agency

Company Spotlight   MESH is a digital marketing, PR and technology agency that creates strategic and innovative brand opportunities that amplify reputation and evolve businesses. We are an agency made up of strategists, creatives and technological whizzes. We influence the growth of … [Read More...]

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Android Web Traffic Distribution: Samsung, LG See Quarter-over-Quarter Gains

Two and a half years after launching its first Kindle Fire tablet, Amazon is expected to unveil its first smartphone on June 18, 2014. Usage statistics point to the company already having made a sizable impact in North America on the strength of its existing tablet offerings, but becoming the market … [Read More...]

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Thomas D. Davidow - www.tdavidow.com

What about nephews and nieces in the family business?

Siblings who are partners in the family business can have a “blind loyalty” to each other. They can tolerate all manner of behaviors towards one another. Their dual family and business relationship inclines them to give each other the benefit of the doubt in situations that would challenge the partnerships and/or family relationships of most people. At the same time, whatever threat they may … [Read More...]

Wayne Webster

Shaking It Up Isn’t Just For The Dance Floor

My consulting clients usually range from $5-50 million in annual revenue, small to medium sized companies. You might call it my sweet spot. But early in my career, I had the luck to experience life in a large company. Working at DuPont and others gave me a real feel for what a large company had to offer. Resources, talent, bureaucracy and pressure, they were all there. There was one thing they … [Read More...]

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