Wagner Luiz Teixeira focuses on the importance of invisible governance to the business-owning family
Family businesses are an integral part of society, but how do they contribute to individual economies? Which countries have the longest-standing family businesses and which ones provide the most jobs? The FBN’s new survey has the answers
There have been one too many high-profile scandals where corporate governance is concerned. Were they preventable? Alden Lank thinks so
Olivier de Richoufftz, FBN’s new executive director, answers a few questions
Entering a new phase in growth and development
One of the first features I wrote was on how easy it can be to drift into the family business.
A recent Newsweek article sung the praises of family businesses on the basis of a report it commissioned by Thomson Financial.
The Family Business Network is the World Association for Family Enterprises. Part of its mission is to raise awareness of the societal importance and economic significance of family enterprises around the world.
Changing the perception of family business in Japan
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