Minority shareholders often do not work at the company, and are not involved in management, making them, for lack of a better word, “passive investors.” While no broad rule can ever be applied to everyone, it is these types of minority shareholders who are the most vulnerable to abuse by the majority shareholders.
The easiest way for a passive minority shareholder to be abused is for the majority shareholders to keep increasing their salaries and bonuses to the point that they are significantly above market rates. » Read More
Is the Next Generation Ready to Take Over Your Business?
Having your child work in the family business that you helped grow from the ground up may be the thing you are most proud of, possibly in your entire life. Knowing your business will not die with you can be a truly liberating feeling. But when you do not own 100% of the company, and you have a business partner to answer to, that means that your child has to answer to him, as well. » Read More