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Are You a CEO Dad?

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Friday, 20 Apr 2007 | 2:05 PM ET

You could be a "CEO Dad" if you put nametags on your children, read them bedtime memos and think the best way to get rid of a fairy-tale witch is to have it audited.

Being a CEO Dad
Thomas Stern, author of "CEO Dad: How to Avoid Being Fired by Your Family," sits down for an interview with CNBC's Tyler Mathisen

In this CNBC.com web-only video interview with Tyler Mathisen, CEO Dad creator Tom Stern says his comic strip character is "obsessed with running his family like a business" and a "composite of every work-obsessed pompous blowhard that I've ever met."

Stern, author of the new book "CEO Dad: How to Avoid Getting Fired By Your Family," also joins Tyler on CNBC's High Net Worth on Sunday, April 22 at 8PM and 11PM ET.

CNBC has an agreement with Stern to air 5 one-minute vignettes of "CEO Dad" in the coming months.

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