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April 16, 2020

Dyson ventilators ready for regulatory green light, Latifi passion invests in son’s Formula One team, Kering’s Pinault and Michael Dell cut salaries.

Dyson ventilators ready for regulatory green light

Family owned engineering firm Dyson says it is ready to make 10,000 ventilators to aid Covid-19 patients as soon as the device is approved by regulators.

British inventor Sir James Dyson (pictured) and his team brought their experience in innovating vacuum cleaners, air purifiers and fans to design and build the prototype CoVent with the Technology Partnership, a Cambridge-based firm.

February 7, 2019

More than 30 of the world’s most successful strategic investors will share their expertise with business family leaders at Europe’s most influential family investment conference this month.

More than 30 of the world’s most successful strategic investors will share their expertise with business family leaders at Europe’s most influential family investment conference this month.

July 15, 2016

Michael Dell part of buy-out consortium for family-owned UFC; Cement titan LafargeHolcim sells Indian unit to family conglomerate; Malaysian next gen to take on bigger role in Hong Leong group

Michael Dell part of buy-out consortium for family-owned UFC

The family investment office of Michael Dell, founder of the eponymous computer company, has invested in the $4 billion buy-out of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).


MSD Capital acquired preferred stock in UFC as part of the purchase of the popular professional mixed martial arts organisation by the US talent agency WME-IMG.


April 30, 2014

Michael Dell's family office is likely to shed its corporate gardening company this spring in a deal expected to be worth at least $1 billion (€723 million).

Michael Dell's family office is likely to shed its corporate gardening company this spring in a deal expected to be worth at least $1 billion (€723 million).

Dell, the entrepreneur behind the eponymous software giant, bought ValleyCrest in 2007 for an undisclosed sum via his family office, MSD Capital.

November 1, 2005

Family leaders can hamper progress and deter successors from taking over the running of the company. Dennis Jaffe summarises why it is important to keep a good work-life balance and the need for leaders to be aware of when the time is right to transfer power

Dennis Jaffe is a founding member of the Aspen Family Business Group. www.aspenfamilybusiness.com

Family leaders can hamper progress and deter successors from taking over the running of the company. Dennis Jaffe summarises why it is important to keep a good work-life balance and the need for leaders to be aware of when the time is right to transfer power

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