Share |

Alexandra Sharpe

October 25, 2011

Class distinction extends to company ownership with families ensuring they are upper class. But what does this mean for corporate governance at family businesses? 

As one of the most successful football teams in the world, Manchester United is used to commanding headlines and courting the media. But when reports began emerging in August that the club would be floated on the Singapore stock exchange, no one at United was talking, not least the Glazers, the American family which bought the team in 2005.

Click here >>