Running the Dallas Cowboys isn’t a 9-to-5 job – especially if you are Charlotte Jones Anderson, daughter of owner Jerry Jones. “His office is just down the hall from mine, so I see him every day and every week. For us, business happens a lot on the weekend, too, so I pretty much see him 24/7 – which is unusual and unique, but also very great,” says Jones Anderson of working with her father. In addition to her work with the Cowboys, where she oversees the team’s brand, Jones Anderson also serves as the chair of the Salvation Army, trying to harness the Cowboys’ following to do good in the world. Ahead of Father’s Day, Jones Anderson shared with FOXBusiness.com the top business lessons she’s learned from her father Jerry – and a few personal lessons, too.
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