"Do you help your staff to be successful?" I asked the chairman of the improbably-sized investment company Prandeamus Asset Management when I visited his office this week. "I'm not sure I understand the question," he replied.
"I mean, obviously by employing them in the first place I have given each member of the Prando's family every opportunity of being successful and …" "The Prando's family?" I interrupted, pulling a face....
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