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July 28, 2010

When the recently elected British prime minister David Cameron was in the US last week he avoided a photo opportunity with one of the country’s most prominent company leaders, writes David Bain.

When the recently elected British prime minister David Cameron was in the US last week he avoided a photo opportunity with one of the country's most prominent company leaders, writes David Bain.

August 27, 2009

Do MBA students still aspire to work at listed companies despite the recent knock to their reputations? David Craik assesses what family businesses could do to attract them

Twelve months ago consultancy firm Hill & Knowlton released a report stating that MBA students were more attracted to the idea of working for a listed company than one that is family-owned. Have attitudes changed over the past 12 months as the global economic crisis damaged the reputations of many listed companies?

November 1, 2006

Many family businesses that made the decision to go public several decades ago have been disappointed. François de Visscher explains why, though a complex and risky path, going private could be for the long-term benefit of the business

François de Visscher  is founder and president of the family business consultancy de Visscher & Co. www.devisscher.com

Many family businesses that made the decision to go public several decades ago have been disappointed. François de Visscher explains why, though a complex and risky path, going private could be for the long-term benefit of the business

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