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December 21, 2020

The author of a new book on international attitudes to the rich warns the wealthy are already being called on to pay for the coronavirus pandemic and are a minority in danger of being scapegoated.

The author of a new book on international attitudes to the rich warns the wealthy are already being called on to pay for the coronavirus pandemic and are a minority in danger of being scapegoated.

November 16, 2020

The 30th generation winemaker Marchese Lamberto Frescobaldi was raised on the stories of his eminent ancestors who have produced wine in Tuscany since the beginning of the 14th century. They were explorers, musicians, scholars, bankers and politicians, trading with European courts and supplying wine to royalty and the papacy, as the family archive reveals in documents dating back to the 1200s.

The 30th generation winemaker Marchese Lamberto Frescobaldi was raised on the stories of his eminent ancestors who have produced wine in Tuscany since the beginning of the 14th century. They were explorers, musicians, scholars, bankers and politicians, trading with European courts and supplying wine to royalty and the papacy, as the family archive reveals in documents dating back to the 1200s.

October 9, 2020

James Dyson says entrepreneurialism and wealth creation will help Covid-19 economic recovery, Ferrero family takes the biscuit at Fox’s as acquisition spree continues, Henkel charts modest fourth quarter recovery without lockdowns.

James Dyson says entrepreneurialism and wealth creation will help Covid-19 economic recovery

Family business founder Sir James Dyson says entrepreneurialism and wealth creation should be encouraged to recover the economy from Covid-19 as he announced his Dyson Institute will be permitted to award its own degrees for the first time.

June 5, 2020

Fifth-generation Robert Buchbauer heads a streamlined Swarovski, youngest LVMH scion Frederic Arnault to lead Tag Heuer to recovery, next gen James Ferragamo steps aside for trusted adviser as Ferragamo faces the post-Covid-19 future.

Fifth-generation Robert Buchbauer heads a streamlined Swarovski

Robert Buchbauer, the great-great grandson of founder Daniel Swarovski, is the new chief executive of the Austrian jewellery family business amid a management overhaul at the top.

Buchbauer kept his title as chairman of the company’s executive board, the panel of eight fifth-generation family members which runs the 125-year-old manufacturer of fine crystal jewellery, and has been a member since 2002.

February 14, 2020

Inditex pumps $9.2 million into social welfare; Benetton fires photographer over bridge remark; Frederick Koch, US philanthropist, dies aged 86.

Ortego-owned Inditex pumps $9.2 million into social welfare

The Ortega family-owned Spanish fashion giant Inditex, best known for its high street retail chain Zara, will give €8.5 million ($9.2 million) to the Catholic Church’s charitable organisation Caritas Spain for social employment and circular economy efforts.

February 10, 2020

Agnelli family office weighs selling PartnerRe to Covea for $9 billion, Reimann family looks to float $7 billion coffee empire, L’Oreal family actions next gen succession.

Agnelli family office weighs selling PartnerRe to Covea for $9 billion

The family office of Italy’s Agnelli dynasty has confirmed it has entered into exclusive discussions with French insurer Covea about a possible all-cash acquisition of reinsurer PartnerRe.

January 24, 2020

Ferrero family’s $714 million Nestle sweet tooth, succession battle fears after Lotte Group founder’s death, and William Grant and Sons toast whisky sales growth and investments.

Ferrero family’s $714 million Nestle sweet tooth

The Ferrero family is poised to enjoy the cream off the top of its $2.8 billion cash buy-out of Nestle’s US confectionery business and its $1.8 billion deal for Kellogg Co’s cookies and fruit snack brands with a $714 million (€642 million) dividend.

July 2, 2019

Lego buys back entertainment parks, Dassault Aviation signs French AI manifesto, Genoa bridge demolished.

Lego repurchase of Legoland Parks continues trend of de-listing
Lego’s parent company has bought back the entertainments company it sold to Merlin Entertainment in 2005 for £4.8bn with a consortium of private equity and institutional investors.

Lego’s parent company, Kirkbi, which is controlled by the third-generation of the Kirk Kristiansen family, already owned a 30% stake in Legoland Parks after selling 70% of the business for about £250 million in July 2005 to repay mounting debts.

June 27, 2019

Inspiring family businesses that excel in growth, governance, stewardship and sustainability will vie for six awards at the most prestigious awards ceremony in Europe’s family business society.

Inspiring family businesses that excel in growth, governance, stewardship and sustainability will vie for six awards at the most prestigious awards ceremony in Europe’s family business society.

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