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Paul George, Family Business Specialist for PricewaterhouseCoopers reveals top expert advice about running a family business. See the full show at *******www.yourbusinesschannel****
2 Jan 2008
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5 Jan 2009
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In this business tv show, Paul George from the Business Families Team at PricewaterhouseCoopers, explains how you can make sure your family business avoids becoming another unfortunate statistic: “There’s unfortunately a long history of the first generation making the money, the second generation looking after it and the third generation spending it and that’s a saying that there a different versions in different countries but it’s a fairly universal saying around the world. How did, getting it right and avoiding that, I mean there are companies which have, are on their you know 7th or 8th generations and have not fallen into those traps. Getting it right is a tricky and challenging process that’s got to be planned over a very long time scale. The companies that do this best are particularly where the families is still involved in management are enormously thorough in their preparation. So you know a family I work with for example has a program where anyone that wants to be in the business would train over a 12 year period and its very clear how that would work but that’s the sort of process you need in place in order to ensure that you get this right. Succession is a tremendously important part in the planning for any family business. Interestingly we did a global survey we just got the results of about how well this is working in practice and what they showed is that families just are not good at planning this well ahead. It’s a difficult process. It’s difficult mechanically, it’s also difficult emotionally, it’s the whole human process of letting go and passing on to the next generation and people aren’t good at facing up to these difficult decisions. It’s always easy to put it off for another year and then the issues finally arrived and you’ve left it quite late to plan for it well. What came out from the survey? I think one of four of the companies that we talked to here in the UK thought they’d be dealing with the succession issue of one sort or the other with in the next 5 years. The other 3 and 4 were completely in denial, they don’t reckon they will ever have to deal with a succession issue, so go work that one out. Of the ones that are facing up to it a really disappointingly small percentage actually have thought through it in a structured way and that’s something businesses really have to get right in order to onto this and the only way to do that is to quite a structured approach to it over quite a long period.” See more business news television shows from Paul George, as he gives his top expert business advice at *******www.yourbusinesschannel**** Find out more about the very latest show releases, as well as other yourBusinessChannel news by visiting our blog at *******www.yourbusinesschannel****/blog.aspx
1 Aug 2008
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More expert business advice from Paul George from the Business Families Team at PricewaterhouseCoopers, who explains what it is that makes family businesses such strong performers. See more business news television shows from Paul George, as he gives his top expert business advice at *******www.yourbusinesschannel**** Find out more about the very latest show releases, as well as other yourBusinessChannel news by visiting our blog at *******www.yourbusinesschannel****/blog.aspx
4 Aug 2008
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In this business tv show, Paul George from the Business Families Team at PricewaterhouseCoopers explains why it could be in your best interest to buy out the rest of the family: “The other thing that can be a problem with a family business that thrives over many generations is if you’re not careful you end up with a very unmanageable share holder register. You know in a modern family it’s often the case that the entrepreneur will split the shares pretty equally among his children. If they do the same then in some families within generations you’re talking about dozens of shareholders and you can end up in a very difficult and unmanageable situation where its still a private company but its got a pretty widely spread shareholder base who aren’t closely associated with what’s going on and often the company carries on operating in much the same way they did in the first generation, with a very low dividend, really running very conservatively for the benefit of the business, not the shareholders and that’s a recipe for all sorts of problems if its not sorted out. The companies that survive longest in terms of generations, if you go back through you’ll often find there’s been a succession of single children. The two big problems in family succession are having no children and having many children and there’s a process that many of those survived have gone through every 2 or 3 generations of, if you like pruning the family tree, buying out those parts of the shareholder register that aren’t really heavily committed to the company anymore. Borrowing in the company and doing that in that way and history says that’s a successful part of the process of keeping a family process healthy in the long term.” See more business news television shows from Paul George, as he gives his top expert business advice at *******www.yourbusinesschannel**** Find out more about the very latest show releases, as well as other yourBusinessChannel news by visiting our blog at *******www.yourbusinesschannel****/blog.aspx
7 Aug 2008
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More expert business advice from Paul George from the Business Families Team at PricewaterhouseCoopers, as he gives examples of the kinds of problems family business face, and effective ways to deal with them: “There are obviously some different roles here and that can cause some different situations, difficult situations. I mean I think one leader of a fabulous UK business said to me the other day is the one thing you always have to remember is he’s married to the mother of his managing director and difficult decisions always have to be made. I think one family business leader told me he found it a big break through in his family relationships when he’d worked out that raising performance issues over the family Christmas dinner was probably not a good way to behave. Yeah this stuff is difficult, this stuff is difficult and it has to be managed I think those who do it well are very rigorous about separating the different roles they play, about doing business especially the hard parts of business and difficult discussions in the right environment, in the office at the right time but this is not easy stuff and more generally if you look at some of the retorts about benefits of the family businesses some of the big problems in family business can come where family dynamics do go wrong, where there a problems within the family and it also easy for that to spill over, down into the business. Typically these are relatively non-political organisations, providing that the family is getting on well, can become enormously political if there is a problem within the family. I think one of the key things is to have some clarity and structure around what the deal is. What the deal is within the family about the relationship with the business so at the sort of simplest level I think best practices for family owning businesses to have clarity about, you’re a shareholder, what are your rights in terms of getting involved in the business, can you turn up and view and if so when, can you work in the business, if so what experience do you have to get first, so its getting all that clear and understood I think is important and I think having a thought through process for making sure that the family are communicating with each other and people are getting together maybe once a year to have a serious discussion about what’s going on in the business and those not working in the business are not being excluded are also very important. So like so much of this stuff where there’s complexity putting a bit of structure around it helps enormously but again this is never going to be simple. This is real people we’re talking about and real families and we know that’s not simple.” See more business news television shows from Paul George, as he gives his top expert business advice at *******www.yourbusinesschannel**** Find out more about the very latest show releases, as well as other yourBusinessChannel news by visiting our blog at *******www.yourbusinesschannel****/blog.aspx
27 Oct 2008
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Paul George talks about Indiana's win over New York.
24 Feb 2013
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Toby and Nick talk about the the NY Governor being involved in a prostitution ring, the failing dollar, NH faces off with the feds over Real ID, George Bush to be arrested if he sets foot in certain Vermont towns, a local school vote, and Ron Paul news.
15 Mar 2008
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6 Jul 2008
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David Burch from TubeMogul**** says that Barack Obama's YouTube views have been sliding despite constant posting. How bad is it? He's getting beat handily by his opponent John McCain. Interview by TalkingHeadTV**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
25 Jul 2008
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David Burch from TubeMogul**** says that John McCain's new YouTube videos are trouncing his rival Obama's videos. What is behind the big reversal? Interview by TalkingHeadTV**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
25 Jul 2008
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We welcome you to watch hardhitting new comedy drama - Archery Street. An hour of creamy goodness, directed straight into your google box. Introducing such memorable characters as - Desperado - Still dating and having issues with her handsome lover 'baby'. George and Beatrice - 30 years of married bliss is tested by the murder of hortie, will they get away with it? Weet Boy - Lamest super hero ever; superpowers - Lameness. Homo Clown - Trying to fufill his dream of becoming a Doctor and find a friend. Stephanie - Posh sociopath, enough said. Paul and Debbie - the so called normal ones. Adamtini and Evangelina - L.A.s new socialites are hitting the scene with a bang. Robert - socialities sleggy manager. Starring the beautiful and talented Keri O'Donnell and Jai Davin. Reviews "5 stars, i wanna have this programs babies" - The guardian "Makes other comedies look like crap" - The telegraph "An interesting concept that comes together like a well oiled machine, with 3 dimentional characters, the viewers learns to care and emphatise with everyone in the street. I have never witnessed such genius, i can only pray to God that they work for comedy and not evil. Just wonderful" - Flower Shop Weekly. "It was so bad it killed my cat, i will be sueing" - The Sun
27 Apr 2010
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Promo video for The White Fang Revolution on facebook: *******www.facebook****/home.php?#!/g... This video will most likely be redone or edited and reuploaded, possibly on the group's channel if one is made. Feel free to mirror and spread.
23 Jul 2010
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In this business tv show, Paul George from the Business Families Team at PricewaterhouseCoopers, explains how you can make sure your family business avoids becoming another unfortunate statistic: “There’s unfortunately a long history of the first generation making the money, the second generation looking after it and the third generation spending it and that’s a saying that there a different versions in different countries but it’s a fairly universal saying around the world. How did, getting it right and avoiding that, I mean there are companies which have, are on their you know 7th or 8th generations and have not fallen into those traps. Getting it right is a tricky and challenging process that’s got to be planned over a very long time scale. The companies that do this best are particularly where the families is still involved in management are enormously thorough in their preparation. So you know a family I work with for example has a program where anyone that wants to be in the business would train over a 12 year period and its very clear how that would work but that’s the sort of process you need in place in order to ensure that you get this right. Succession is a tremendously important part in the planning for any family business. Interestingly we did a global survey we just got the results of about how well this is working in practice and what they showed is that families just are not good at planning this well ahead. It’s a difficult process. It’s difficult mechanically, it’s also difficult emotionally, it’s the whole human process of letting go and passing on to the next generation and people aren’t good at facing up to these difficult decisions. It’s always easy to put it off for another year and then the issues finally arrived and you’ve left it quite late to plan for it well. What came out from the survey? I think one of four of the companies that we talked to here in the UK thought they’d be dealing with the succession issue of one sort or the other with in the next 5 years. The other 3 and 4 were completely in denial, they don’t reckon they will ever have to deal with a succession issue, so go work that one out. Of the ones that are facing up to it a really disappointingly small percentage actually have thought through it in a structured way and that’s something businesses really have to get right in order to onto this and the only way to do that is to quite a structured approach to it over quite a long period.” See more business news television shows from Paul George, as he gives his top expert business advice at *******www.yourbusinesschannel**** Find out more about the very latest show releases, as well as other yourBusinessChannel news by visiting our blog at *******www.yourbusinesschannel****/blog.aspx
4 Aug 2008
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Únete a John, Paul, George y Ringo en la legendaria muestra en el escenario, a puerta cerrada en el estudio de grabación, y en sueños sicodelicos que llevan sus imágenes a la vida......Join John, Paul, George and Ringo onstage at legendary shows, behind closed doors in the recording studio, and in dreamscapes that bring their psychedelic imagery to life.
22 Jul 2009
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