The American Dream Part Two

The patriarch and founder of a family international contract engineering business died in 1988, leaving his wife, three daughters and a son in charge of the enterprise. They faced a critical decision: Should they continue in the business or sell? A corporation offered to buy the company and, after considering their options for a year, the family decided to sell the business they didn't know and start

The patriarch and founder of a family international contract engineering business died in 1988, leaving his wife, three daughters and a son in charge of the enterprise. They faced a critical decision: Should they continue in the business or sell?

A corporation offered to buy the company and, after considering their options for a year, the family decided to sell the business they didn't know and start a new venture related to something they did. The sale generated multi-millions for th

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