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May 15, 2012

From Campari to Ferragamo, a number of family businesses across the world have seen their revenues grow during the first quarter of the year, while Canadian train and plane maker Bombardier has seen its sales nosedive. 

From Campari to Ferragamo, a number of family businesses across the world have seen their revenues grow during the first quarter of the year, while Canadian train and plane maker Bombardier has seen its sales nosedive.

In Italy, drinks company Campari, which is controlled by the Garavoglia family, said on 15 May that sales increased by 4% to €279.3 million during the first three months of 2012. Pre-tax profit at the Milan-based group also rose by 4.6% to €52.8 million during the quarter.

February 16, 2012

Italy’s economic woes are affecting the country’s family business sector, with two family-controlled auto companies struggling with financial problems. But while car designer Pininfarina will remain family-controlled, automaker De Tomaso has been sold.

Italy’s economic woes are affecting the country’s family business sector, with two family-controlled auto companies struggling with financial problems. But while car designer Pininfarina will remain family-controlled, automaker De Tomaso has been sold.

Pininfarina, which designed some of the world’s most famous cars including the Ferrari Testarossa and Maserati GranTurismo, has reached a debt restructuring deal with its creditors and will remain under the control of the Pininfarina family.

May 21, 2009

First there was Battista the founder, then Sergio the son, next Andrea the grandson, and now the latter’s young brother Paolo. For nearly 80 years, successive members of Italy’s Pininfarina family have turned the car design and engineering firm into a national monument.

First there was Battista the founder, then Sergio the son, next Andrea the grandson, and now the latter's young brother Paolo. For nearly 80 years, successive members of Italy's Pininfarina family have turned the car design and engineering firm into a national monument.

August 8, 2008

Andrea Pininfarina, CEO of the family-owned car design group, has been killed in a road accident.

Andrea Pininfarina, CEO of the family-owned car design group, has been killed in a road accident. The 51-year-old was hit by a car on the outskirts of Turin while riding a scooter. He is survived by his wife and three children.

In a statement, Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said he was "deeply saddened" by the tragedy. Andrea Pininfarina was "a leading personality of the country's industrial life and the representative of a dynasty that did so much for the made-in Italy brand around the world," the statement continued.

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