We often hear owners say they want to transfer their businesses to third-party buyers when they first encounter the concept of Exit Planning. However, we’ve observed that in many completed Exit Plans, owners actually choose to transfer their businesses to employees.
Part II of our discussion with Indiana Cross-Laminated Project lead architect, Yugon Kim.
In an effort to enhance awareness around using wood as an innovative building material, The United States Forest Service awarded Boston based architectural firm, IKD, $250,000 to fund the construction of the first hardwood cross laminated timber (CLT) project in the United States.
Two scenarios: Leo is in his 80s. His daughter and son, both in their 60s, work in the business running critical parts of the day to day operations, but Leo comes to work every day, still owns all of the stock and makes all of the crucial financial decisions.
One constant in life and in business is change. As technology is upgraded and industries adapt, there will always be a time of transition. I grew up in this industry, and for 57, I’ve experienced much change.
The Farm Bill, the 5-year, comprehensive legislation that governs everything from forestry to row crop and dairy price supports to nutrition programs to trade, expires in 2018.
The New Year started with the CES® 2017 (formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, January 5-8 followed by the NAIAS (North American International Auto Show) in Detroit, January 8-22. Both of these shows highlighted one of the major tech trends for 2017 – the self-driving car.
The last 35 years have seen a number of advancements in handheld computers and scanning equipment. So much so that the methods in which we can generate tallies seems endless.