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Family businesses account for more than two-thirds of UK businesses and many of these families have strong links with the European Union. The UK's exit from the EU could present them with significant risks, especially given that the regulatory framework that will govern the UK's future relationship with the EU is still unknown.

Family businesses account for more than two-thirds of UK businesses and many of these families have strong links with the European Union. The UK's exit from the EU could present them with significant risks, especially given that the regulatory framework that will govern the UK's future relationship with the EU is still unknown.

Some family businesses in Poland have traditionally shied away from promoting their “family owned” status, for fear that private ownership is still viewed with animosity in the post-communist country—but this is changing.

Some family businesses in Poland have traditionally shied away from promoting their “family owned” status, for fear that private ownership is still viewed with animosity in the post-communist country—but this is changing.

A 29% fall in the number of non-domiciled taxpayers in the UK could be a symptom of ultra-high net worth families and investors seeking other places to base themselves.

A 29% fall in the number of non-domiciled taxpayers in the UK could be a symptom of ultra-high net worth families and investors seeking other places to base themselves.

Heineken strikes Chinese expansion deal, Continental splits its business, and Cargill bulks up on meat, animal feed

Heineken strikes Chinese expansion deal, Continental splits its business, and Cargill bulks up on meat, animal feed

Having a famous surname did not mean Pernod Ricard rolled out the red carpet for a young Alexandre Ricard. So why was being rejected by the world's second-largest premium spirits and wine company the best thing that could have happened? Peter Crush finds outs

Having a famous surname did not mean Pernod Ricard rolled out the red carpet for a young Alexandre Ricard. So why was being rejected by the world's second-largest premium spirits and wine company the best thing that could have happened? Peter Crush finds outs

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