(by Ankita Varma writing for The Straits Times) Brothers Silas and Shamus Hwang could have coasted on the success of their family's eyewear business, but instead, they decided to take a risk - revamping the company and launching a new brand. Their minimalist eyewear...read more
(by Jason Busch for InBusiness Madison) Being one of the family members in a family-owned business has some distinct challenges. Being one of the youngest family members in that business offers even more, and creates a lot of questions as the older members near...
(As originally appeared at the Cambridge Family Enterprise Group) The Millennial Generation (individuals born between 1984 and 2000, also known as Gen Y) represents 25% of the world's population and 80% of the workforce. This generation is known for shifting...
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