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August 26, 2014

Philippine de Rothschild, a fifth-generation matriarch of the winemaking branch of the European dynasty, has died in Paris, at the age of 80.

Philippine de Rothschild, a fifth-generation matriarch of the winemaking branch of the European dynasty, has died in Paris, at the age of 80.

De Rothschild had been chairwoman of Baron Philippe de Rothschild for almost three decades and was the first woman to head the Bordeaux winemaker.

She died in Paris on Friday "from the effects of a serious operation", the company said in a statement.

August 8, 2014

An expert on inclusivity and diversity in business has praised the leadership of a father who, having openly rejected his daughter’s sexuality in the past, has now announced he would like her to succeed him at the helm of the family-controlled Hong Kong property empire.

An expert on inclusivity and diversity in business has praised the leadership of a father who, having openly rejected his daughter’s sexuality in the past, has now announced he would like her to succeed him at the helm of the family-controlled Hong Kong property empire.

This week, Cheuk Nang chairman Cecil Chao announced he wanted his daughter, Gigi, to become vice chairwoman of the family business, and would be taking his proposal to next month’s board meeting.

April 10, 2014

Female successors taking over from male CEOs have the potential to increase family business profitability, according to new research out of Italy, but their power is diminished – and may even have a negative impact on a company’s performance – in male-dominated workplaces.

Female successors taking over from male CEOs have the potential to increase family business profitability, according to new research out of Italy, but their power is diminished – and may even have a negative impact on a company’s performance – in male-dominated workplaces.

February 18, 2014

A new online community for women involved in family businesses has attracted more global attention than the US-based founders anticipated, since its launch in November.

A new online community for women involved in family businesses has attracted more global attention than the US-based founders anticipated, since its launch in November.

Daughters in Charge was founded by family business consultant Amy Katz, who says the online forum, operated out of Cincinnati, Ohio, has seen interest from women in India, Switzerland and the UK, as well as from within the US.

September 25, 2013

Two next-gen sisters within the Samsung Group have reorganised their respective branches of their family conglomerate, selling the apparel business of Cheil Industries to another subsidiary within the group.

Two next-gen sisters within the Samsung Group have reorganised their respective branches of their family conglomerate, selling the apparel business of Cheil Industries to another subsidiary within the group.

The apparel business – headed by Lee Seo-hyun, second daughter of Samsung Group chair Lee Kun-hee – will be transferred to Samsung Everland, led by her elder sister, Lee Boo-jin, in a KRW1.5 trillion deal (€1 billion). The deal is due to be completed by December.

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