By Bradley S. Schneider In a restaurant, a board might consist of investors, operating people and one or two independent directors. While the start is relatively straightforward, the greatest incidence of board collapse is in the first year. Many family-owned restaurant operators talk about establishing a formal advisory board, but few actually invest the time, energy and money to do so. Why should you bother to establish a board of advisors? The short answer is that having ...

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