Is writing a family business history important? While some might think creating such a history is an exercise in vanity and a waste of time, it can in fact have very beneficial business consequences. Phyllis M. Cowan and Paul D. Milne, in their paper, “THE FAMILY...read more
The next time you listen to a band, you just might be hearing the strumming sounds of guitar strings made by Curt Mangan Fusion Matched Strings.
The Fallenstein family started making and renting a dozen Halloween costumes from their Minnesota garage. Years later, the founders decided to take the business online. In just a decade, the seasonal business went from a few employees in a garage to 100 year-round employees and 1,000+ employees during the Halloween season.
(By Blake Sebring for the News-Sentinel) As soon as John Gatton Sr. got the racing bug, the rest of his family tree was pretty much defenseless. A 2017 Baer Field Speedway Hall of Fame inductee as a mechanic and crew chief, Gatton started at the Fort Wayne and South...
(by Theresa Marchetta, Kevin Krug for The Denver Channel) DENVER – Sometimes you have a wild idea for how you want to redo a room in your home but you don’t know where to start. The Brass Bed in Cherry Creek North can help with that. The family-owned business has been...
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A rich and lively survey of the great families who rule industry by the acclaimed author of The Wealth and Poverty of Nations
From the acclaimed, award-winning author of Alexander Hamilton: here is the essential, endlessly engrossing biography of John D. Rockefeller, Sr.—the Jekyll-and-Hyde of American capitalism.
The Private and Powerful Family Behind The New York Times
This is the frank and honest story of the Thornton family and their confectionery business.
Sam Johnson and the company that made him proud.
Letters from a Self-Made Merchant to His Son - Being the Letters written by John Graham, Head of the House - of Graham & Company, Pork-Packers in Chicago, familiarly - known on 'Change as
"I’m not a businessman—I’m a business, man." —Jay Z
In the tradition of Rich Cohen’s Sweet and Low and Sean Wilsey’s Oh the Glory of it All, a memoir of a city, an industry, and a dynasty in decline, and the story of a young artist’s struggle to find her way out of the ruins.