Switzerland has long since been home to many of the world’s richest people, but as wealth increasingly moves to emerging economies, how much longer will this last?
It takes work, collaboration and communication but when done right, a proper, constructed business continuity plan is a masterpiece that can be enjoyed by next-gens.
The wealthy might be less willing to spend money in the near future, if recent research is to be believed, but there’s one area where they’re not planning to scrimp – love.
The 1% have been getting a lot of attention of late, thanks to the Occupy protests and the growing divide between the haves and have-nots.
You’ll rarely see a bad photo of David and Victoria Beckham, the British couple who have managed to transform themselves from regular celebrities into a massive global family brand. They have carefully crafted their image – and the success of their efforts is something many family businesses could learn from, according to a new study.
What is it with billionaires and “the beautiful game”? Football clubs seem to have become the latest must-have possession for any self-respecting billionaire over the last few years, with prominent families and individuals investing in well-known teams.
The family-owned business behind Forbes, publishers of the annual list of the richest people in the world, are looking decidedly less rich themselves these days.
How do you carve out your own place in the world when you’ve got a sibling who set up arguably the most recognisable company in the world? That’s the dilemma Randi Zuckerberg – sister of Mark Zuckerberg, the internet extraordinaire who founded Facebook - has been faced with.