Here's the clichéd image of a family business: an enterprise run by a patriarch who passes management of the company on to one or two sons-in-waiting, or even a son-in-law. Meanwhile, his daughters take seats on the board, collect their dividends and pursue the family’s philanthropic activities or their own personal interests. Despite notable exceptions, this image is not far from the truth in most family enterprises.

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