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July 2, 2014

The number of Millennials that own or employ socially responsible investments is significantly higher than in any other age group, according to a study that explores family dynamics in wealthy families. 

The number of Millennials that own or employ socially responsible investments is significantly higher than in any other age group, according to a study that explores family dynamics in wealthy families.

US Trusts’ Insights on Wealth and Worth 2014 found that 63% of Millennials, those born between 1980 and 2000, own or are interested in socially responsible investments compared with 40% of Generation X.  

Generation X is defined as people born between 1960 and 1980. 

March 12, 2014

Family business leaders who think they “know best” and adopt a paternalistic leadership style can lead to unsuccessful succession transitions, according to new research, by leading to feelings of dissatisfaction and inertia in the next generation.

Family business leaders who think they “know best” and adopt a paternalistic leadership style can lead to unsuccessful succession transitions, according to new research, by leading to feelings of dissatisfaction and inertia in the next generation.

February 18, 2014

A new online community for women involved in family businesses has attracted more global attention than the US-based founders anticipated, since its launch in November.

A new online community for women involved in family businesses has attracted more global attention than the US-based founders anticipated, since its launch in November.

Daughters in Charge was founded by family business consultant Amy Katz, who says the online forum, operated out of Cincinnati, Ohio, has seen interest from women in India, Switzerland and the UK, as well as from within the US.

February 14, 2014

Turkish next-gens are placing greater importance on corporate governance and professionalisation of their family businesses than preceding generations, according to new research released today.

Turkish next-gens are placing greater importance on corporate governance and professionalisation of their family businesses than preceding generations, according to new research released today.

May 1, 2008

Next gens from all over the globe are joining their family business or holding a prominent position within the company. Families in Business takes a look at some of the most notable next gens who are making the headlines today

Next gens from all over the globe are joining their family business or holding a prominent position within the company. Families in Business takes a look at some of the most notable next gens who are making the headlines today

Shari Redstone    
Notoriously controlling Viacom patriach Sumner Redstone retracted his endorsement of daughter Shari last year, meaning she may now never head the company.

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