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January 10, 2012

Football is often associated with billionaires, with many ultra-wealthy individuals, including heads of family businesses, investing in football clubs to boost their fortunes. But now, an Australian family business is likely to profit significantly, thanks not to football, but to the game of cricket.

Football is often associated with billionaires, with many ultra-wealthy individuals, including heads of family businesses, investing in football clubs to boost their fortunes. But now, an Australian family business is likely to profit significantly, thanks not to football, but to the game of cricket.

January 25, 2008

An acquisition by a leading member of one of India’s most powerful business-owning families has thrust a fractious sibling relationship back into the limelight.

An acquisition by a leading member of one of India's most powerful business-owning families has thrust a fractious sibling relationship back into the limelight.

Mukesh Ambani (pictured), chairman and managing director of Reliance Industries, the giant petrochemical manufacturer, has won an auction to be part of a major revolution in the game of cricket. The Board of Control for Cricket in India has sold the rights to eight teams in a newly created Indian Premier League, which will showcase the shortened Twenty20 version of the game.

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