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French cognac producer Camus may have been around since 1863, but with geographic expansion in its DNA, a youthful succession model, and partnership with China’s largest distiller, it is showing how to match tradition and innovation. Nicholas Moody reports

French cognac producer Camus may have been around since 1863, but with geographic expansion in its DNA, a youthful succession model, and partnership with China’s largest distiller, it is showing how to match tradition and innovation. Nicholas Moody reports

Third-generation poultry business Perdue Farms, owned by the eponymous family, is one of the largest privately-owned businesses in the world. Based in Maryland, US, it has 19,000 employees, and revenues of $6.3 billion.

Third-generation poultry business Perdue Farms, owned by the eponymous family, is one of the largest privately-owned businesses in the world. Based in Maryland, US, it has 19,000 employees, and revenues of $6.3 billion.

The Pescarmonas, the family behind Argentinian energy business Impsa, have returned to their roots with with a new vineyard in Mendoza. CampdenFB takes a look at the people behind the names.

The Pescarmonas, the family behind Argentinian energy business Impsa, have returned to their roots with a new vineyard in Mendoza. CampdenFB takes a look at the people behind the names. 

From Blackmores to Wah Kwong Maritime Transport – we’ve scoured the globe for the A-Z of top family business leaders in 2016

From Blackmores to Wah Kwong Maritime Transport – we’ve scoured the globe for the A-Z of top family business leaders in 2016

Seven decades ago the Nuqul family was fleeing Palestine by foot; today they head up one of Jordan’s largest family businesses. Jessica Tasman-Jones spoke with its second-generation chairman about how his family business has weathered the region’s geopolitical risk and the importance of good corporate governance

Seven decades ago the Nuqul family was fleeing Palestine by foot; today they head up one of Jordan’s largest family businesses. Jessica Tasman-Jones spoke with its second-generation chairman about how his family business has weathered the region’s geopolitical risk and the importance of good corporate governance

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