Families: My Boss, My Wife

More men work for their wives, without raising tensions at home. But it's a balancing act for the whole family

John Morris, 45, Chief Operating Officer of First Financial Network Inc., gets along well with his boss, Bliss, who is president and founder of the 12-person Oklahoma City firm, which helps banks sell their loans on the secondary market. The two acknowledge their differences--he is more methodical while she jumps quickly into projects and shoots from the hip--and their contrasting styles have made them a good team. "All eyes are on Bliss when she's out there dealing with clients and I'm busy handling day-to-day operations," John says. "And this just works out so well for our different personalities." After a pause...

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