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November 18, 2013

Italian family businesses Exor and Ferragamo both saw dramatic increases in profit in the third quarter of 2013, while revenue at Italian refinery business Saras was badly hit by the falling price of oil.

Italian family businesses Exor and Ferragamo both saw dramatic increases in profit in the third quarter of 2013, while revenue at Italian refinery business Saras was badly hit by the falling price of oil.

Bouygues
French telecommunication and construction company Bouygues, controlled by the eponymous family, reported third-quarter sales of €9,048 billion – level with the same period last year, but revenues for the first nine months of 2013 dipped 1% to €24,255.

August 30, 2013

Hermes surprises with strong profits for the first half, while Ferragamo and Folli Follie also see profits up. Exor sees profits soar due to SGS sale.

Hermes surprises with strong profits for the first half, while Ferragamo and Folli Follie also see profits up. Exor sees profits soar due to SGS sale.

Hermes
Strong demand for leather and silk accessories has seen French luxury group Hermes beat forecasts for its first half operating profit, up 14% to €584 million.

The fashion group said growth was balanced in all regions, with Asia ex-Japan and the Americas both seeing growth of 17% compared to the previous year.

March 25, 2013

Some of Europe’s best-known family businesses reported a mixed bag of results recently, with the luxury groups unsurprisingly notching up the highest growth.

Some of Europe’s best-known family businesses reported a mixed bag of results recently, with the luxury groups unsurprisingly notching up the highest growth.

Wates

February 5, 2013

Family businesses in Europe and the US have been reflecting on 2012 – with encouraging results reported by Luxottica, Ferragamo, LVMH and Paccar. Meanwhile, Estee Lauder posted strong sales for its second quarter.

Family businesses in Europe and the US have been reflecting on 2012 – with encouraging results reported by Luxottica, Ferragamo, LVMH and Paccar. Meanwhile, Estee Lauder posted strong sales for its second quarter.

August 30, 2012

It has been a week of contrasting fortunes for Italian family businesses as Exor’s half-yearly profits plummeted while Ferragamo’s rose significantly.

It has been a week of contrasting fortunes for Italian family businesses as Exor’s half-yearly profits plummeted while Ferragamo’s rose significantly. Meanwhile, France's Pernod Ricard reported an increase in full-year earnings and Malaysian investment group Genting Berhad posted lower quarterly profits.

July 12, 2012

Ferragamo is one of the world’s most iconic fashion brands. It’s also one of Italy’s greatest family businesses. CampdenFB speaks to Ferruccio Ferragamo about the family, the business and the luxury market.

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.

August 30, 2011

The luxury sector continues to be highly profitable for the family businesses operating within it with the latest results from top shoemaker Salvatore Ferragamo confirming the boom.

The luxury sector continues to be highly profitable for the family businesses operating within it with the latest results from top shoemaker Salvatore Ferragamo confirming the boom.

July 25, 2011

The family behind the luxury goods maker Ferragamo has upped its stake in the company by 2%, following a sale of shares by the Hong Kong-based Woo family.

The family behind the luxury goods maker Ferragamo has upped its stake in the company by 2%, following a sale of shares by the Hong Kong-based Woo family.

According to Reuters, the Ferragamo family’s holding company has increased its stake to 58.24% from its earlier 56%.

This rise came after the family’s long-time partner, businessman Peter Woo, cut his stake in the Italian shoemaker. Reuters said the company filing showed that Woo sold a 2% stake for €30.3 million, at €9 per share.

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