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Ownership and Management

Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim has become the largest shareholder in fourth-generation family business The New York Times Company, increasing his stake to nearly 17%, but the Sulzberger family will retain control of the media giant through its dual-class share structure.

A $1.25 billion share sale at a subsidiary of South Korean family-owned conglomerate Hyundai has flopped, potentially stalling succession between the second and third generations.

Germany’s highest court has this morning ruled a 2009 law that provides tax breaks and exceptions on inheritance for the country’s family business illegal and unconstitutional.

Women make up only 16% of family business boards in Continental Europe’s four largest economies, and only 10% of boards in Germany, new research has revealed.

A chance discovery in a bookshop led Guy Spier to value investing – and a $650,100 lunch with Warren Buffett. Jessica Tasman-Jones found out how the investment philosophy led him down a different path – both as an investor and a person

A chance discovery in a bookshop led Guy Spier to value investing – and a $650,100 lunch with Warren Buffett. CampdenFB found out how the investment philosophy led him down a different path – both as an investor and a person. 

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