Area CEO Likes To Think Of Family As Small, Close-Knit Business

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Area CEO Likes To Think Of Family As Small, Close-Knit Business

NEW YORK—Expressing his pride in the group’s dedication and “synergy,” Positech CEO Brian Maschler told reporters Monday that he has always liked to think of his family as a small, tight-knit business. “When I look at my wife and three kids, I don’t just see a family—I see a tiered personnel structure composed of four valued team members who share common goals,” said Maschler, noting that he admired each individual’s commitment to furthering the long-term growth and prosperity of the Maschler brand name. “To me, they’re more like a reliable, cohesive staff. And I care about each one of them like they were part of my own payroll.” The executive added that if any family member ever needs anything from him, they would be perfectly welcome to schedule a meeting to discuss the matter.

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