Other observers said the move appeared to reflect a prac­tical neces­sity for a busi­ness that is losing mil­lions of dol­lars because of a lack of workers to carry out essen­tial tasks. “The cochief exec­u­tives are being very tol­erant of the sit­u­a­tion, but they under­stand that they have a busi­ness and they have to run it,” said Ted Clark, director of the Center for Family Busi­ness at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity. “This is one of the laws of physics in busi­ness — every action has an equal and oppo­site reaction.”

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