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Galen Weston

May 9, 2017

High street shoppers worldwide may not have heard of the transatlantic Weston family but they certainly will have heard of the brands owned or controlled by the Irish/Canadian clan. CampdenFB takes a look at the people behind the names

April 23, 2013

Billionaire Russians, commodity dealers and property magnates are pushing family business owners out of the list of the richest individuals in the UK, according to an analysis of the annual Sunday Times Rich List.

Billionaire Russians, commodity dealers and property magnates are pushing family business owners out of the list of the richest individuals in the UK, according to an analysis of the annual Sunday Times Rich List.

Out of the top 100 wealthiest individuals in the list, 40 were either owners of a family business or their fortune was connected to such a business. That compares to 53 individuals in last year’s list.

January 30, 2012

What happens when a family-controlled business moves into an iconic building? It appears the answer is that history comes alive. Or at least that was the case for Canada-based Loblaw Companies, which recently took over Maple Leaf Gardens, once home to hockey team the Toronto Maple Leafs. 

What happens when a family-controlled business moves into an iconic building? It appears the answer is that history comes alive. Or at least that was the case for Canada-based Loblaw Companies, which recently took over Maple Leaf Gardens, once home to hockey team the Toronto Maple Leafs.

November 7, 2011

Galen Weston and his sister Camilla Dalglish have stepped down from their director roles at Fortnum & Mason, the family business their father purchased in 1951. 

Galen Weston and his sister Camilla Dalglish have stepped down from their director roles at Fortnum & Mason, the family business their father purchased in 1951.

Weston had been a director of Fortnum’s, a department store and luxury grocers based in London, since 1991.

A company spokeswoman told CampdenFB that the siblings had retired, but refused to comment on whether the move was an attempt to reduce family influence at the business.

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