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May 27, 2016

The cream of continental business talent will be celebrated at the fifth annual European Families in Business Awards in Berlin on 21 June.

The cream of continental business talent will be celebrated at the fifth annual European Families in Business Awards in Berlin on 21 June.

Family business leaders and business school experts on the judging panel for CampdenFB have shortlisted the 30 best of the best from more than 250 nominations across six categories. Close to 1,000 companies have been nominated since 2012.

May 20, 2016

Heineken set to announce $146m F1 sponsorship deal; Lotte founder refuses mental competence evaluation; and Berkshire Hathaway buys stake in Apple

Heineken set to announce $146m F1 sponsorship deal

Dutch family brewer Heineken, owned by the eponymous family, is rumoured to have agreed to a new $146 million sponsorship deal with Formula One following a sensational win by Dutch racer Max Verstappen last week.

At the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona, 18-year-old Verstappen became the youngest winner in F1 history at the Spanish Grand Prix and has been tipped as a future world champion, sparking the interest of the Dutch brewer.

March 18, 2016

Heineken eyes control of indebted Indian tycoon’s brewery; Todd Corporation renews acquisition attempt of Flinders Mines; and Maersk claims first drone delivery at sea

Heineken eyes control of indebted Indian tycoon’s brewery

Netherlands-based brewery Heineken is likely to ask Vijay Mallya, known as ‘India’s Richard Branson’, to step down from the board of United Breweries, according to Reuters.

Heineken currently holds a 42.4% stake in United Breweries, the largest brewer in India, and has reportedly lost faith in the entrepreneur, who owes creditor banks more than $1 billion.

March 4, 2016

Winterkorn aware of Volkswagen emission cheating software back in 2014; Heineken announces $2bn spending spree in Mexico; and Brown-Forman shifts focus to US

Winterkorn aware of Volkswagen emission cheating software back in 2014

Volkswagen shares suffered a slight dip, before recovering lost ground, after the carmaker admitted that former CEO Martin Winterkorn was aware of emission cheating software as early as May 2014.

September 11, 2015

 

Heineken buys 50% of Californian craft brewer; Ikea sales rise 11% to record €32 billion; and Cargill CEO David MacLennan to become chairman

Heineken buys 50% of Californian craft brewer

Dutch family brewer Heineken, owned by the eponymous family, has announced plans to purchase a 50% stake in Californian craft brewer Lagunitas.

According to a company statement, the deal will provide Heineken with a foothold in the booming craft beer market and Lagunitas with a boost to its global customer base. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

July 10, 2015

China’s Country Garden Holdings to spin off property division; Vincent Bolloré causes uproar with leaked memos; and Heineken returns to Myanmar after twenty-year absence

China’s Country Garden Holdings to spin off property division

Chinese real estate conglomerate Country Garden Holdings, owned by the country’s second richest woman Yang Huiyan, is planning to spin off its property management business in order to raise capital.

The Foshan-based company is shoring up its balance sheets after a pickup in property sales and will sell 6 billion yuan ($966 million) of onshore three-year bonds as part of the capital raise, chief financial officer Wu Jianbin told Bloomberg.

October 24, 2014

Toyota sells part of its Tesla stake; Heineken blames wet summer on sales washout; and Jaguar Land Rover opens £1 billion China plant 

Toyota sells part of its Tesla stake; Heineken blames wet summer on sales washout; and Jaguar Land Rover opens £1 billion China plant

Toyota sells part of its Tesla stake

Toyota Motor Corp, owned by the Toyoda family, has sold part of its stake in US carmaker Tesla, as it bets on fuel cell vehicles to drive growth.

August 22, 2013

Dutch brewers Heineken saw profits drop despite slight revenue rises, while Germany-based steel manufacturer Schmolz + Bickenbach posted sharp losses. In the US, condiments company Smucker's published a strong first half.

Dutch brewers Heineken saw profits drop despite slight revenue rises, while Germany-based steel manufacturer Schmolz + Bickenbach posted sharp losses. In the US, condiments company Smucker's published a strong first half.

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Netherlands-based brewery Heineken announced revenue increases of 3% to €10.4 billion in its 2013 half-year results. Net profit, however, fell by 17% to €639 million.

July 1, 2013

Security has long been on the radar of wealthy families, especially for those who remember the chilling spate of kidnappings in the 1970s and 1980s in Europe. So what steps can you take to protect your loved ones?

When Zachary Dell posted a picture of his breakfast on Instagram, he must have thought it was harmless.

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