Schraff, Brian
June 2001
Inc.;Jun2001, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p52
Presents an article on how a son bought an advertising company from his father. Difference between the business philosophies and strategies of father and son; Contentions of the father on the abilities of his son; Efforts of the son in managing the business following the corporate buyout from his father.


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