Category Archives: Exit Planning

Robo-Advisors Are Grabbing Headlines

But according to a new Spectrum study, the business model is still new to most investors. When asked to rate their familiarity with various investment terms on a scale of 0 to 100, where 0 is not at all familiar … Continue Reading

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What Happens When Your Co-Founder is no Longer Your BFF?

Mark Suster, an entrepreneur turned venture capitalist that focuses on early-stage technology companies, has written extensively on what he refers to as “the co-founder mythology.” That is, business relationships evolve, and not always in the positive way the partners envision. … Continue Reading

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Family Businesses: Make Lemonade out of Lemons

According to the Small Business Administration, 90% of the 21 million US businesses are family owned. Amazingly, less than one third of these companies will transfer successfully to the second generation, and only 15 percent will survive by the third. … Continue Reading

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