How to Work with Your Spouse -- and Not Kill Each Other!

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Launching and then running a new business can occupy a significant percentage of an owner's waking hours. But if married entrepreneurial teams don’t make time for each other away from the business, there might not be a marriage to return to when retirement comes. “Ten years down the road, you don’t want to look at each other and only have work in common," says Stephanie Wright, co-founder of Dinner A' Fare.