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November 20, 2013

Premji Invest, the family office of one of India’s richest individuals, Azim Premji, is reportedly in discussions to lead a $50 million (€37 million) fundraiser in e-commerce fashion retailer Myntra.

Premji Invest, the family office of one of India’s richest individuals, Azim Premji, is reportedly in discussions to lead a $50 million (€37 million) fundraiser in e-commerce fashion retailer Myntra.

The website, headquartered in Bangalore, was founded in 2007 and is now India’s largest online fashion and lifestyle store, with annual revenues of $120 million. It stocks Indian fashion brands, as well international household names, such as Nike, Reebok and Adidas.

February 22, 2013

Some high-profile family business leaders have become the latest names to join the Giving Pledge – an initiative where billionaires promise publicly to give at least half their wealth to charity over the course of their lifetime.

Some high-profile family business leaders have become the latest names to join the Giving Pledge – an initiative where billionaires promise publicly to give at least half their wealth to charity over the course of their lifetime.

British entrepreneur Richard Branson – founder of Virgin – and his wife Joan have signed the pledge, along with Azim Premji – the second-gen chairman of Indian software company Wipro. They are among 12 billionaires who have joined the initiative this year.

November 8, 2012

It’s a busy time for sales and acquisitions in the family business world, with companies in France, Vietnam and the US buying controlling stakes, while the Lacoste family has sold off its shares in the eponymous clothing brand.

It’s a busy time for sales and acquisitions in the family business world, with companies in France, Vietnam and the US buying controlling stakes, while the Lacoste family has sold off its shares in the eponymous clothing brand.

On 7 November, family member and chairwoman Sophie Lacoste Dournel said she and family members had decided to sell their remaining 28% shareholding to Maus Freres “with great sadness”.

April 27, 2011

India’s third-largest software exporter, family-controlled Wipro, announced on 26 April that its total revenues for 2010 saw a rise of 15% year-on-year, while fellow family-controlled automobile maker Ford reported its best first quarter results in 13 years.

India’s third-largest software exporter, family-controlled Wipro, announced on 26 April that its total revenues for 2010 saw a rise of 15% year-on-year, while fellow family-controlled automobile maker Ford reported its best first quarter results in 13 years.

Wipro, which also manufactures consumer goods and electrical products, said that its total sales rose to $6.98 billion from $6.11 billion the year before. The company’s consumer care segment contributed 9% to the total revenue, while its IT services sector accounted for 76% of the revenues.

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