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September 19, 2019

Alessi sells sizable share to finance growth, Sodexo scores high on sustainability for 15th year, Rockefeller moves into tech founder succession planning.

Alessi sells sizable share to finance growth

The Italian Alessi family behind some of the most recognisable designer homeware products in the world has sold a 40% share of its business for an undisclosed sum to a UK private equity firm.

The Alessi company was fully owned by the founding family, who were looking for a partner to help them grow the firm, Oakley Capital announced this week. Alessi family members Alberto, Alessio, Michele and Stefano kept 60% of the company and pledged to reinvest in the firm.

November 11, 2016

US family business leaders are searching for silver linings from the presidential election of Donald Trump, just as their British counterparts are doing with Brexit.

US family business leaders are searching for silver linings from the presidential election of Donald Trump, just as their British counterparts are doing with Brexit.

December 16, 2015

State-owned Italian bank Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP) is to set up a private equity fund to help family businesses, but a family business expert questions to what degree it will achieve its aim of helping them go public. 

State-owned Italian bank Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP) is to set up a private equity fund to help family businesses, but a family business expert questions to what degree it will achieve its aim of helping them go public.

The initiative is the first of many more planned by the CDP as part of its plans to invest in domestic companies and help boost the country’s economy.

The private equity fund is one of the pillars of the new business plan.

June 23, 2010

Crain Communications Inc, the family-owned US publishing company, announced yesterday it is closing its UK regional title Crain’s Manchester Business due to a lack of advertising revenue.

Crain Communications Inc, the family-owned US publishing company, announced yesterday it is closing its UK regional title Crain's Manchester Business due to a lack of advertising revenue.

September 9, 2009

Campden FB and Mishcon de Reya carried out an exclusive global survey on the views of family business owners to the current economic climate between May and August. The results, published today, show family businesses are feeling the effects of the recession but it has not made the majority more willing to sell up.

Campden FB and Mishcon de Reya carried out an exclusive global survey on the views of family business owners to the current economic climate between May and August. The results, published today, show family businesses are feeling the effects of the recession but it has not made the majority more willing to sell up.

September 9, 2009

The Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey canvassed opinion from family businesses all over the world as to their views on the economic climate. The final results are presented here

The Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey canvassed opinion from family businesses all over the world as to their views on the economic climate. The final results are presented here

September 9, 2009

The main results of the Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey provided some telling insights into the general mood of family business. However, responses differ from region to region (four were surveyed: Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America and South America) and show some cultural variations that affect how families and their businesses operate.

The main results of the Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey provided some telling insights into the general mood of family business. However, responses differ from region to region (four were surveyed: Asia-Pacific, Europe, North America and South America) and show some cultural variations that affect how families and their businesses operate.

August 25, 2009

Back in May, Campden FB and leading law firm Mishcon de Reya joined forces to launch a survey that aimed to assess what impact the current economic turmoil has had on families in business. Katie Barker reports on the latest findings

Back in May, Campden FB and leading law firm Mishcon de Reya joined forces to launch a survey that aimed to assess what impact the current economic turmoil has had on families in business. Katie Barker reports on the latest findings

June 25, 2009

The preliminary results of the Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey on the current economic climate confirm family businesses are not escaping the effects of the recession. Jonathan Berman, partner in the Families in Business Group at Mischon de Reya, believes this shows the recession is deeper and more biting than previously thought.

The preliminary results of the Campden FB/Mishcon de Reya survey on the current economic climate confirm family businesses are not escaping the effects of the recession. Jonathan Berman, partner in the Families in Business Group at Mischon de Reya, believes this shows the recession is deeper and more biting than previously thought.

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