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a city in southwestern Russia on the delta of the Volga River

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Zellweger and Astrachan (2008) suggest that these socioemotional wealth considerations are reflected in the family's perceived sales price of the firm.
Astrachan himself was born in 1934 into a family of Russian Jewish immigrants in the East Bronx, though his real-life parents died when he was a teen.
Importance of family relationships and emotional and biological imperatives versus rational business-oriented imperatives (Churchill and Hatten 1997: 53-67; Ibrahim, Soufani and Lam 2003: 474-482; Lansberg and Astrachan 1994: 39-59).
Board vice chair: Andrea Astrachan, Ahold USASecretary/treasurer: Roger Pepperl, Stemilt Growers, Inc.
The Healthy Ideas logo identifies only the truly healthy foods in our stores," Andrea Astrachan, vice president of consumer affairs/consumer advisor, at Quincy, Mass.
In this volume in a series compiling the most influential articles in family business research, Astrachan (management and entrepreneurship, Kennesaw State U.
Get Smart is an important tool in understanding antibiotics," says Andrea Astrachan, consumer adviser for Maryland-based Giant, which is owned by Dutch company Ahold NV.
As the provider of fresh, wholesome foods that help our customers stay healthy, we feel it is equally important to offer these free antibiotics to fight illness," Andrea Astrachan, consumer adviser for Stop & Shop, said in a statement.
Handing Over the Business - Steps to a Successful Transition", led by Dr Joseph Astrachan from Cox Family Enterprises Centre (USA), will discuss how the family can work together to ensure the business is handed over from generation to generation with maximum efficiency.
Handing Over the Business - Steps to a Successful Transition", led by Dr Joseph Astrachan from Cox Family Enterprises Center (USA), will discuss how the family can work together to ensure the business is handed over from generation to generation with maximum efficiency.
Furthermore, it is important to determine the impact of specific human resource practices on performance, as illustrated by Astrachan and Kolenko (1994), who empirically examined the human resource practices in 600 family owned businesses.
The director died on Monday night at a Los Angeles Hospital, Joshua Astrachan, a producer at Altman's Sandcastle 5 Productions in New York City, said.
Swartzberg and his colleague, Mark Astrachan, said that there is a more than even chance that Procermex would take over the operational duties, writing that, "Modelo stands to make as much as the noted $200 million estimate (plus growth) annually if it takes on Gambrinus's duties itself, incurs an equivalent level of costs (e.
Their heirloom apple trees listed are; Baldwin, Calville Blanc, Chenango Strawberry, Cox Orange Pippin, Dutchess of Oldenburg, Fall Pippin, Golden Russet, Granny Smith, Gravenstein, Grimes Golden, Lady, McIntosh, Northern Spy, Opalescent, Pound Sweet, Red Astrachan, R.
Historically, about one-third of all family owned businesses survive into the second generation, said Joseph Astrachan, editor of Family Business Review, a journal published by the Family Firm Institute.