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December 4, 2009

What makes a great leader and what role should senior family members play? Katie Barker asked the question and got some sage words in reply

The question of what makes a good senior family business leader is much debated. Questions of leadership style, level of involvement and when to step aside are all very subjective.

There are many examples of older family business leaders who cannot let go, who refuse to relinquish power and who stifle the next generation; heads such as Sumner Redstone, the 86-year-old chairman of National Amusements, and 78-year-old News Corporation head Rupert Murdoch, are two prominent illustrations.

November 1, 2002

Tax reforms and other legislation have transformed the landscape of family business in Spain, as a lawyer explains

Emilio Cuatrecasas is a lawyer and Managing Partner of Cuatrecasas.

Tax reforms and other legislation have transformed the landscape of family business in Spain, as a lawyer explains

When I became a lawyer 25 years ago, Spaniards generally did not hold the role of entrepreneurs and businessmen in very high regard.

November 1, 2002

Mariano Puig Planas, Chairman of Corporacion Puig, talks about the development of family business in Spain and the criteria for success.

Mariano Puig Planas, chairman of Corporacion Puig, talks about the development of family business in Spain and the criteria for success with Joachim Schwas, director of The IMD—Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch and Cie Family Business Center.

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