It’s impossible to look at 2020 and not see family enterprises in the center of the astounding confluence of events that shook the world in the past year. Family businesses—from the smallest dry cleaner on a New York City street corner to large family-controlled firms such as Walmart—were on the frontlines, responding to and being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the economy. Even families without a business were forced to combine family and business under one roof. Family
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