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November 1, 2007

In this article, the first of the new Families in Business debate section, Dennis Jaffe argues the benefits owners can expect from selling while Tom Davidow fights for the non-sale corner and keeping the business together for the next generation

Dennis Jaffe is a founding partner of Relative Solutions.
Tom Davidow is founder and principal of Thomas D Davidow & Associates, based in Brookline, MA.

In this article, the first of the new Families in Business debate section, Dennis Jaffe argues the benefits owners can expect from selling while Tom Davidow fights for the non-sale corner and keeping the business together for the next generation

Yes – seriously consider selling

September 1, 2006

It is rarely a straightforward process and almost always a stressful one. Julian Lewis offers a few useful tips on how to avoid the pitfalls of selling your family business while, at the same time, negotiating the most profitable sale

Julian Lewis is head of the London Corporate Team at Halliwells, a UK law firm. He specialises in the sale of privately-owned businesses.

It is rarely a straightforward process and almost always a stressful one. Julian Lewis offers a few useful tips on how to avoid the pitfalls of selling your family business while, at the same time, negotiating the most profitable sale

July 1, 2006

It can be an emotional time and wading through the financial issues involved in selling your business could feel like walking in space. Be equipped, do your research and make sure you maximise your financial return, says Richard LeVine

Richard Levine is counsel in the private client department of the New Haven, Connecticut office of Withers Bergman.

It can be an emotional time and wading through the financial issues involved in selling your business could feel like walking in space. Be equipped, do your research and make sure you maximise your financial return, says Richard LeVine

September 1, 2005

There are several routes owners can take to sell off the family business. However, the process is not always as straight-forward as some may think.George Malim outlines the best way to please everyone and get the best price before the seller puts their feet up

George Malim is a freelance journalist. malim@blueyonder.co.uk.

There are several routes owners can take to sell off the family business. However, the process is not always as straight-forward as some may think.George Malim outlines the best way to please everyone and get the best price before the seller puts their feet up

July 1, 2005

Selling the family business need not be fraught with problems. If you hire a good outside advisor, you can protect your interests, secure a good deal and continue to manage. John Willert and Brian Silston urge you not to be taken in by misinformation and myth

John Willert is vice-president at de Visscher & Co, a financial advisory firm for family-owned companies. Brian Silston is an associate. www.devisscher.com

Selling the family business need not be fraught with problems. If you hire a good outside advisor, you can protect your interests, secure a good deal and continue to manage. John Willert and Brian Silston urge you not to be taken in by misinformation and myth

July 1, 2004

You don’t have to throw your company to the lions when the time for exit approaches. Melanie Stern examines how selling to your managers or staff can provide another way out

Melanie Stern is Section Editor of Families in Business magazine.

You don't have to throw your company to the lions when the time for exit approaches. Melanie Stern examines how selling to your managers or staff can provide another way out

Yeah, yeah, yeah – so we know that business-owning families have never sat pretty with the idea of exiting by selling their beloved companies to a rival, and even less so with going to market.
 

April 1, 2002

The first article of a fourpart series examines why selling the family business can be a good thing. Some families, known as ‘serial business families’, achieve a positive outcome from the sale by reinventing themselves and starting a new business together

The first article of a fourpart series examines why selling the family business can be a good thing. Some families, known as 'serial business families', achieve a positive outcome from the sale by reinventing themselves and starting a new business together

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