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The Church of “Scionology”


You know the story. Some incredibly hard-working person starts a business - maybe a bakery or a brewery, a carmaker or a newspaper - and, against all odds, the business doesn't just succeed; it flourishes. But someday, it's inevitable that the founder will retire (or die). So who takes over then?

That's easy: the founder's son or daughter. The scion of the family. Who better to protect and grow the family brand?

Makes sense, doesn't it? Who could possibly work harder than someone whose name is on the building?

The family firm is a way of life. And it's a nice story. But we've got a big, hungry economy here, people. "Nice" doesn't necessarily generate jobs; "nice" doesn't increase productivity or spur innovation. So when it comes to putting the family scion in charge of a company, here's what we wanted to know: what do the numbers say?

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Monday, August 8, 2011
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