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Maybe I'm the bad guy but I don't think your loyalty to your friend should trump your happiness if (IF) you think the disfunction will be more than temporary. Start-ups and re-starts can be hectic, and it can be very rewarding to be part of the start or the turn-around, but if the disfunction seems more permanent than that, how much can you really do? I'm not saying leave or stay, just realistically assess whether your presence will help or not make much of a difference beyond making you feel like "a better friend." I stuck around in a turn-around business a few years back and it was AWESOME, but I knew from day one we were taking steps every day towards turning a frog into a prince. Had the same-old, same-old been playing out, I would have bailed, with apologies.
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