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May 6, 2016

From Blackmores to Wah Kwong Maritime Transport – we’ve scoured the globe for the A-Z of top family business leaders in 2016

Whether its family members taking over top leadership positions, or businesses who’ve beaten Apple in corporate reputation rankings, we’ve got the leaders steering their family businesses in innovative and interesting directions

April 20, 2015

Whether its family members taking over top leadership positions, or businesses that have won awards for their employee engagement, we’ve got the leaders steering their family businesses in innovative and interesting directions 

Welcome to the Top 50 Family Business Leaders List 2015 – the fifth time CampdenFB has compiled its list of leading lights.

April 24, 2013

ABS and Hermes reported strong first-quarter results, bolstered by demand for luxury and budget garments. But South African Pick n Pay and German Heineken fared less well, with growth in profits falling.    

ABS and Hermes reported strong first-quarter results, bolstered by demand for luxury and budget garments. But South African Pick n Pay and German Heineken fared less well, with growth in profits falling.

Associated British Foods
Associated British Foods posted strong results for the first quarter of 2013, with revenue increasing 10% to £6.3 billion (€4.2 billion), compared with the same period last year, and operating profit rose 20% to £496 million.

April 18, 2012

Pick n Pay, the South African retailer controlled by the Ackerman family, has posted a drop in its full-year profits, while two family businesses in Europe have seen their revenues increase in the first quarter of 2012.

Pick n Pay, the South African retailer controlled by the Ackerman family, has posted a drop in its full-year profits, while two family businesses in Europe have seen their revenues increase in the first quarter of 2012.

Johannesburg-based Pick n Pay said on 18 April that EBITDA fell by 4.2% to 2.07 billion South African rand (€202 million) for the year to 29 February, from 2.16 billion South African rand the previous year.

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