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Are women better at running companies? Whatever the answer, there is little doubt that women are playing a bigger role in family businesses.

Are women better at running companies? Whatever the answer, there is little doubt that women are playing a bigger role in family businesses.

Family businesses are the driving force of Germany’s economy and behind much of its success as the second biggest exporter in the world. CampdenFB takes a look at some of the leading German family businesses in an interactive graphic.

Family businesses are the driving force of Germany’s economy and behind much of its success as the second biggest exporter in the world. CampdenFB takes a look at some of the leading German family businesses in an interactive graphic.

The last five years haven’t been the easiest for companies across the globe. But despite the uphill battle family businesses face, many are thriving. That’s thanks in no small part to their leaders. For the second year in a row, the CampdenFB/Ernst & Young Top Family Business Leaders list honours 50 remarkable chairmen, presidents, chief executives and managing directors.

The last five years haven’t been the easiest for companies across the globe. But despite the uphill battle family businesses face, many are thriving. That’s thanks in no small part to their leaders. For the second year in a row, the CampdenFB/Ernst & Young Top Family Business Leaders list honours 50 remarkable chairmen, presidents, chief executives and managing directors.

Marie-Christine Coisne-Roquette is one of the world’s top family business leaders. CampdenFB finds out what’s behind her success.

Marie-Christine Coisne-Roquette is one of the world’s top family business leaders. CampdenFB finds out what’s behind her success. 

Bob Rich, sportsman, author and chairman of one of the US’s biggest family-controlled food businesses, explains why ethics matter, family members can’t be complacent and why he’ll never retire.

Bob Rich, sportsman, author and chairman of one of the US’s biggest family-controlled food businesses, explains why ethics matter, family members can’t be complacent and why he'll never retire. 

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