HBR: Why the 21st Century Will Belong to Family Businesses

   March 28, 2016    

Harvard Business Review

By: Josh Baron

How many companies of any kind are still around after the equivalent of three or four generations? A study of 25,000 publicly traded companies from 1950 to 2009 found that, on average, they lasted around 15 years, or not even through one generation. In this context, family businesses look pretty enduring.

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