“Some in Guilford say the feud started with a backyard fist-fight when the cousins were kids. Others say it began later, when their fathers passed away. Despite jointly running the company for two decades, the two have never been seen on the factory floor together, according to a dozen former and current employees. Even family members can’t recall when the cousins last spent time together.” For years, this was just another family feud. But then Covid hit and the lives of Americans suddenly depended on a pair of cousins running a company headquartered in Guilford, population 1,500, who can’t stand being in the same room together. Bloomberg/Businessweek’s Olivia Carville with an amazing swab story: America’s Covid Swab Supply Depends on Two Cousins Who Hate Each Other.