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March 14, 2019

The family behind Britain’s last domestically-owned carmaker says it sold its majority stake to an Italian family private equity firm to secure the future of its 110-year-old business.

The family behind Britain’s last domestically-owned carmaker says it sold its majority stake to an Italian family private equity firm to secure the future of its 110-year-old business.

Sports car manufacturer Morgan Motoring Company will be acquired by Italian investment group Investindustrial next month on undisclosed terms. The investment was made without financial debt and Morgan will have a positive net cash position upon closing of the transaction in April.

August 8, 2013

Family businesses with succession plans in place are more likely to achieve a better credit rating and as such able to borrow easier than those with no plan, according to report from the ratings agency Standard & Poor’s.

Family businesses with succession plans in place are more likely to achieve a better credit rating and as such able to borrow easier than those with no plan, according to report from the ratings agency Standard & Poor’s.

August 24, 2011

Family-owned Dutch brewer Heineken has reported strong results for the first half of 2011, with family ownership of the company boosting the world’s third-largest brewer.

Family-owned Dutch brewer Heineken has reported strong results for the first half of 2011, with family ownership of the company boosting the world’s third-largest brewer.

The company’s revenues rose to €8.35 billion for the first six months of the year, up from around €7.5 billion for the same period in 2010.

May 1, 2007

Some major brands use the fact they are owned by a family business as a selling point, whereas others prefer to keep it a secret. But which tactic is more successful? Jane Bainbridge explores the pros and cons of marketing a business as family-owned

Some major brands use the fact they are owned by a family business as a selling point, whereas others prefer to keep it a secret. But which tactic is more successful? Jane Bainbridge explores the pros and cons of marketing a business as family-owned.

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