In the first part, the business risk buster strikes at a car showroom where two co-owners cannot agree on anything and the only way out is their business divorce.
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Avoid co-ownership of a company in equal shares;
If you cannot own a company by yourself, conclude a partnership agreement;
Beware of employing family members;
Continually adjust the number of employees according to the amount of your profit;
Regularly assess the effectiveness of all your employees;
How to easily perform a financial analysis of your company;
How to divide a company among shareholders so that it doesn't hurt you.
Learn from mistakes made by other entrepreneurs.