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How to think about Succession Planning

October 8, 2021

Michael C. Zahrt Foster Swift Business & Tax Law E-blast The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many business owners to reconsider their retirement horizon. For some, retirement and succession planning is an issue they have never addressed or even thought about. ...

"Dot's Pretzel's"

October 8, 2021

Here is my shopping list from the other day: two loaves of bread, a package of buns, a box of crackers, potato chips, smoked cheddar, and Dot’s pretzels. I am definitely opting for comfort food these days. I was turned on to Dot’s pretzels a ...

Marco . . . Polo

October 8, 2021

Whether the Italian explorer Marco Polo introduced pasta to Italy in the 13th century is a matter of historical debate. What is not in dispute is that the Chinese had been cooking with forms of pasta for centuries before that. My favorite Chinese chef, Diana ...

Renowned judge used storytelling to share lessons

October 8, 2021

By Tom Kirvan As the oldest public school in the United States, Boston Latin School has a distinguished group of alums, including the likes of Founding Fathers John Hancock and Samuel Adams. Poet and philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson along with Joseph P. ...

Oh Deer

October 8, 2021

Warning: if you cried watching “Bambi,” you may want to skip this article. I made a phone call to help out a friend, and after things worked out, he texted me: “My buddy has kids that are excellent shots LOL. Would you be interested in a ...

Chicken Msakhan

October 8, 2021

We have a guest columnist today - my associate, Amanda Ghannam. After reading this, I fear I may be out of a job! I hope you enjoy her inaugural contribution as much as I did. By Amanda Ghannam When you hear “roast chicken,” you probably think ...