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September 3, 2012

It is turning out to be a busy period for acquisitions in the family business world, with Campari buying a controlling stake in a Jamaican rum-maker and Australian confectionery company Darrell Lea selling to a fellow family business.

It is turning out to be a busy period for acquisitions in the family business world, with Campari buying a controlling stake in a Jamaican rum-maker and Australian confectionery company Darrell Lea selling to a fellow family business.

August 8, 2012

It’s been a week of ups and downs for family businesses as Singapore’s United Overseas Bank and the Philippines’ Aboitiz Equity Ventures registered half-yearly double-digit profit growth, while Prada, DKSH and Campari posted healthy revenue gains for the same period on the back of their Asian businesses.

It’s been a week of ups and downs for family businesses as Singapore’s United Overseas Bank and the Philippines’ Aboitiz Equity Ventures registered half-yearly double-digit profit growth, while Prada, DKSH and Campari posted healthy revenue gains for the same period on the back of their Asian businesses. Molson Coors and Douglas Holdings, however, reported significant falls in net income.

May 15, 2012

From Campari to Ferragamo, a number of family businesses across the world have seen their revenues grow during the first quarter of the year, while Canadian train and plane maker Bombardier has seen its sales nosedive. 

From Campari to Ferragamo, a number of family businesses across the world have seen their revenues grow during the first quarter of the year, while Canadian train and plane maker Bombardier has seen its sales nosedive.

In Italy, drinks company Campari, which is controlled by the Garavoglia family, said on 15 May that sales increased by 4% to €279.3 million during the first three months of 2012. Pre-tax profit at the Milan-based group also rose by 4.6% to €52.8 million during the quarter.

March 13, 2012

Asian countries have been growing faster than their European counterparts recently. Yet the reverse was seen in the family business sector this week, when five family firms in Europe posted strong results, while one Asian shipping company saw its profits drop by more than 80%.

Asian countries have been growing faster than their European counterparts recently. Yet the reverse was seen in the family business sector this week, when five family firms in Europe posted strong results, while one Asian shipping company saw its profits drop by more than 80%.

November 2, 2011

It’s the end of the world, baby! is the title of the latest edition of the iconic Campari calendar, which the family business unveiled last week in Milan.

It’s the end of the world, baby! is the title of the latest edition of the iconic Campari calendar, which the family business unveiled last week in Milan.

Inspired by the Mayan prediction that the world will end on 21 December 2012, the Italian drink company's calendar features a series of photos where Hollywood actress and supermodel Milla Jovovich is portrayed in different end-of-the-world scenarios.

September 17, 2010

Family-controlled Gruppo Campari has acquired three drinks brands as it attempts to consolidate on its strength in the North American market.

Family-controlled Gruppo Campari has acquired three drinks brands as it attempts to consolidate on its strength in the North American market.

Campari, which is controlled by the Garavoglia family, announced on Thursday that it had paid €129 million to William Grant & Sons for Carolans, Frangelico and Irish Mist brands.
 
In a statement, Campari's non-family CEO Bob Kunze-Concewitz said that Campari now intends to increase its presence in the US market after seeing sales there boom in recent years.

August 9, 2010

Campari, the famous Italian drink, may be celebrating its 150th birthday this year, but it is an American bourbon less than half its age that is driving sales at family-controlled Davide Campari-Milano.

Campari, the famous Italian drink, may be celebrating its 150th birthday this year, but it is an American bourbon less than half its age that is driving sales at family-controlled Davide Campari-Milano.

The Italy-based business purchased the Wild Turkey brand, established in 1940, from fellow family-controlled manufacturer Pernod Ricard last year for €433 million.

According to results for H1 2010, group sales were up 16.7% to €515.7 million. Net profit rose 13.6% to €69.3 million.

April 9, 2009

The family owners of Gruppo Campari were famously in the news for all the wrong reasons in the early 2000s after a feud gave the company some unwanted attention. However, the largest acquisition in the company’s history announced yesterday should soothe battered egos.

The family owners of Gruppo Campari were famously in the news for all the wrong reasons in the early 2000s after a feud gave the company some unwanted attention. However, the largest acquisition in the company's history announced yesterday should soothe battered egos.

Non-family CEO Bob Kunze-Concewitz unveiled the purchase of Wild Turkey whisky for €433 million. The acquired business includes the Wild Turkey brands, American Honey liqueur, distillery facilities in Kentucky, and aged liquid and finished product inventory.

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