FEBRUARY, 2020 | Issue No. 3
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Utilizing the Calm before the Storm - Suggested Steps to ...

The sale of a closely-held business is typically one of the most important and stressful events in a business owner's life. The dual challenge of addressing the requirements of selling a business while continuing to operate the business in its...

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Should Your Family Business Have a "No In-Laws" Policy?

Executive Summary Should in-laws, even if they're highly qualified, work in the family business? While there's no "one-size-fits-all" guideline, if you are considering involving in-laws in the family business, it's important to think through some ...

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What's Happening at Wilkes?
Wilkes University’s Sordoni Art Gallery is presenting “Year of the Vote: Gender, Politics, & Power,” a year-long event celebrating and recognizing the 100-year anniversary of women receiving the right to vote.

News From Penn State Scranton
By any measure, Eric Linde has accomplished plenty during his 73 years.

But if you were to ask him about regrets, he wouldn’t hesitate to admit to one in particular – his lack of a college degree.

“Throughout my life, people have said to me, ‘Look how far you’ve gotten and you only have a high school diploma,’” he said. “But, for some reason, and I couldn’t tell you exactly why, it was eating at me for decades that I didn’t finish college. I guess you would call it one of those bucket list things.”

Eventually, he decided the time was right to make that dream a reality.

Purdue Institute for Family Business
Monthly Question
The FBA has joined with other family business alliances across the country to participate in Perdue University’s monthly survey. This national approach will give a much broader response therefore making the findings more significant. 

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