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December 11, 2007

The House of Mondavi – The Rise and Fall of an American Wine Dynasty
By Julia Flynn Siler. Published by Gotham, 2007

Christine Harland is a director of Camden Writers.

The House of Mondavi – The Rise and Fall of an American Wine Dynasty
By Julia Flynn Siler. Published by Gotham, 2007

This book – which is masterfully written – reads like the script for a television series. Unfortunately, it was all very real.

November 1, 2005

To stay ahead of the game, businesses need to recruit and retain top-quality staff at all levels – but especially at the top – so incentives and rewards are key. Melanie Stern examines the changes ahead in executive compensation for non-family CEOs

Melanie stern is section editor of Families in Business.

To stay ahead of the game, businesses need to recruit and retain top-quality staff at all levels – but especially at the top – so incentives and rewards are key. Melanie Stern examines the changes ahead in executive compensation for non-family CEOs

Much has been made of the compensation packages awarded to today's top executives, with pay packets expanding faster than the waistlines of most well-dined CEOs – all too often, while their companies underperform.

January 1, 2005

Marchesi de Frescobaldi may be one of the world’s oldest winemaking dynasties, but that hasn’t stopped the family business from grabbing the mantle of modernisation with gusto. Scott McCulloch reports

Scott Mcculloch  is editor of Families in Business magazine.

Marchesi de Frescobaldi may be one of the world's oldest winemaking dynasties, but that hasn't stopped the family business from grabbing the mantle of modernisation with gusto. Scott McCulloch reports

April 1, 2002

Family businesses have special traits that allow them to follow different, unconventional business strategies to those pursued by non-family firms – the advantages of trust within the business, ownership commitment and a longer term view all contribute to their strategic success

Family businesses have special traits that allow them to follow different, unconventional business strategies to those pursued by non-family firms – the advantages of trust within the business, ownership commitment and a longer term view all contribute to their strategic success

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