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Family Business

Starting with virtually nothing in the 1940s, the Jacobson family built an industrial distribution empire now worth over $3 billion. Suzy Bibko discusses the challenges of the business and the creation of its family investment firms

Going public was not an option for Bertelsmann’s Mohn family. In the nick of time the family managed to hold onto control of their media powerhouse. Melanie Stern reports on Bertelsmann’s buyback and what could have been Germany’s biggest IPO

Hawaii is much more than tiki huts and loud floral shirts. Suzy Bibko discovers that no -one knows this better than Outrigger Enterprises, a thriving and expanding hotel and condominium empire passionate about Hawaiian culture – and a true embodiment of the Aloha Spirit

Port remains one of the world’s most popular wines and one of Portugal’s most successful exports. Through innovation and a good sense of direction, its most famous dynasty has remained in family hands. Mark Dye tells the story of Taylor’s

Four months into retirement, Alan Hassenfeld hasn’t played a single round of golf – he’s busier than ever, championing Hasbro’s interests and cementing his family’s legacy. Hasbro’s last founding family member talks exclusively to Melanie Stern

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