Managing a Family Business

25 Reasons Why Hiring Your Relatives Is an Even Worse Idea Than You Suspected

Put family on your payroll and you'll never have to worry about leaving your comfort zone again.

John Rampton

Sorry Bro, You're Out: How to Fire a Family Member Without Destroying the Family -- and the Business

While you should never have to fire a family member, here are five steps to make it go as smoothly as possible.

The Science Behind Working With Your Spouse

Neither marriage nor entrepreneurship nor combining the two is easy, but it often works out quite well.

John Rampton

4 Not-So-Obvious Things to Consider Before Starting a Business With Your Spouse

Both business partnerships and marriages fail at alarming rates. There's no telling how combining the two will change the odds of either succeeding.

Tor Constantino

It's National Siblings Day! Brother-Entrepreneurs Tell How They Make It Work.

When your brother is your business partner, what do you do? Six tips for success.

5 Ways 'Dadpreneurs' Can Balance Home and Work

Your family and your business both need time and attention. Here's how to develop a plan that supports your goals at home and in your career.

Kc Agu

3 Tips for a Millennial Manager Leading an Older Generation

I'm 30 years younger than my average employee. We all get along just fine.

William Bauer

How This Second-Generation Franchisee Is Doing Things Her Way

Alex Chambers began her UPS career working in her father's store, but now she's in charge.

Carly Okyle

Business Lessons From the Family That's the 'Cake Boss' Empire

The hit show is just the frosted tip of what Carlo's Bakery has grown to be.

Daphne Mallory

'I Launched a Startup With My Mom. I'm Glad I Did.'

Mixing family and business is a competitive advantage, says this son of his co-founder/mom.

How to Ensure Your Business Survives the Next Generation

Beware these common mistakes made when passing down a family business.

Lisa Evans

The Family Values Behind the Business of Hardcore Pawn

The popular reality show has altered public perception of the pawn business.

Daphne Mallory