Everyone Must Be Considered Many mid-sized, privately-held companies also have minority stockholders or family members who have an interest in the business. The managing owner may be the majority stockholder, but in today’s business world, minority stockholders have strong rights. The owner must deal with these people – first in getting an agreement to sell, then convincing them about the price and terms. A “fairness opinion” can help resolve some of the pricing issues. Minority stockholders and family interests must…