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Governance

Jim Waldron, CEO of Capitol Enterprises, an entertainment centre business, is struggling with his son-in-law’s increasingly difficult behaviour.

September 11 caught the world by surprise. One year on, the World Trade Center isn’t the only thing being rebuilt – many family businesses have to face tough decisions on succession, sales, hiring and development

Family feuds can fester for generations and the conflict may have a disastrously destructive effect on the family and the prospects for its business. Communication and respect are the keys to avoiding damaging family conflicts

In family-owned businesses, ownership is uniquely important and influential to the system of governance, where its values and vision are crucial elements in the financial success of the company

Good corporate governance should extend to all areas of a family business, including its philanthropic ventures

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