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March 1, 2007

Family-owned NASCAR racing has found a true legend. Dale Earnhardt lived fast, died young and has now been immortolised in a film about his life. However, as Marc Smith reports, Earnhardt’s legacy also extends to a successful family business empire

Family-owned NASCAR racing has found a true legend. Dale Earnhardt lived fast, died young and has now been immortolised in a film about his life. However, as Marc Smith reports, Earnhardt’s legacy also extends to a successful family business empire.

Marc Smith is deputy editor of Families in Business.

November 1, 2005

Dirty tricks, legal battles, secrets and lies. The America’s Cup has had them all and it started as a challenge in 1851, when Lord Wilton invited America to join Prince Albert’s Great Exhibition race. Mark Dye finds the passions and rivalry have intensified with time

Mark Dye is a freelance journalist based in London. markjdye@gmail.com

Dirty tricks, legal battles, secrets and lies. The America's Cup has had them all and it started as a challenge in 1851, when Lord Wilton invited America to join Prince Albert's Great Exhibition race. Mark Dye finds the passions and rivalry have intensified with time

The challenge for the America's Cup over the years has been shrouded in controversy and mystery. The quest for the world's oldest trophy is sailing's Holy Grail. Indeed, the chase has often made angels and demons of those involved.

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