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StockGoddess asks,

when both sons of the previous CEO were son-less and a son-in-law was adopted into the family (his sons now run the company).

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No daughters?

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Probably depends on the industry.

A college classmate of mine inherited the family construction business and it greatly expanded under his management.

Alas, the Good Lord blessed him with three daughters -- none of whom have any interest in construction. Now he's trying to figure out how to sell the firm.

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