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November 19, 2013

The British hotelier behind Radisson Blu Edwardian is facing off against his son in court this week, accusing the next-gen of failing to share the family wealth that he helped to build.

The British hotelier behind Radisson Blu Edwardian is facing off against his son in court this week, accusing the next-gen of failing to share the family wealth that he helped to build.

Bal Mohinder Singh, moved into the hotel business, along with his eldest son, Jasminder, shortly after immigrating to the UK in 1973, gradually buying a portfolio of landmark properties, including Savoy Court and the May Fair in central London.

March 11, 2013

Religious-based family firms were common in the west in the 19th century, and with 
the rise of the new economies faith is once again driving businesses.

If you stick around long enough, most things will come back into fashion. Until recently, the family-owned firm with a religious ethos would be regarded in fashionable western business schools as vaguely 19th century, conjuring images of earnest Quakers in sober attire, building model villages and fretting over the character of the working man.

January 1, 2004

The practice of mixing spirituality and morality persists today in definitions of spirituality in business. Gail Regan examines the ambivalent nature of corporate social responsibility

Gail Regan is president of Cara Holdings and the author of The Evil Governor, an audiobook and case study on corporate governance in family business. (It is available from Davey Productions, 95 Rumsey Road, Toronto, Canada M4G 1P1.)

The practice of mixing spirituality and morality persists today in definitions of spirituality in business. Gail Regan examines the ambivalent nature of corporate social responsibility

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