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June 23, 2016

Being the largest national economy in Europe is a mixed blessing for Germany, especially now that sweeping changes are coming for the country’s family businesses. Michael Finnigan takes a look

Being the largest national economy in Europe is a mixed blessing for Germany, especially now that sweeping changes are coming for the country’s family businesses. Michael Finnigan takes a look

May 3, 2012

A number of family businesses from around the world have gone against the trend of slowed growth, by posting rises in revenues.

A number of family businesses from around the world have gone against the trend of slowed growth, by posting rises in revenues.

Among these is German carmaker BMW, controlled by the Quandt family. On 3 May, the group said it had its “best first-quarter figures ever” in its 100-plus-year history. Revenues rose by 14% to €18.3 billion, up from around €16 billion for the same period last year.

May 5, 2011

The Quandt family, who control the world’s best-selling luxury carmaker BMW, will be buoyed by the news that the German automobile company reported record sales for the first quarter of 2011, with operating profit rising four times to €1.9 billion.

The Quandt family, who control the world’s best-selling luxury carmaker BMW, will be buoyed by the news that the German automobile company reported record sales for the first quarter of 2011, with operating profit rising four times to €1.9 billion.

In a statement on 5 May, Munich-based BMW said that revenues for the first quarter increased by 28.9% to €16.03 billion, up from €12.44 billion for the same quarter last year. Its operating profit also quadrupled, with record sales across all its brands.

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