More and more Black families are emerging as partners, not just as relatives, but in business as well. Beyoncé and Jay-Z, Venus and Serena, Jada and Will, The Wayans are just a few celebs whose joint business deals have brought in millions. The goal? To successfully run a business enterprise and build Black generational wealth at the same time. Of course, it takes effort and energy to ensure that such familial partnerships prosper. Working together every day and maintaining a solid connection means being committed to good communication, setting boundaries and knowing when to separate the job from the relationship. It’s been said that a family that gets money together, stays together—and if the success of these ventures is any determination of how these power partnerships will continue to thrive, we’re banking . . .