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September 18, 2015

Subway founder Fred DeLuca dies at 67; Family brewers eye $275bn mega merger; and Madison Square Garden to split entertainment and media businesses

Subway founder Fred DeLuca dies at 67

Fred DeLuca, the billionaire founder and president of American sandwich franchise Subway, died this week after a two-year battle with leukaemia. He was 67.

The second-generation Italian immigrant started small with his first sandwich shop in Bridgeport, Connecticut in 1965. He called it Pete’s Super Submarines.

February 20, 2015

Corporate anniversaries are a chance for businesses to get nostalgic and celebrate the fact they’re still standing, so looking ahead to 2015, CampdenFB has pulled together a list of family businesses around the world celebrating round numbers this year.

Corporate anniversaries are a ripe for businesses to get nostalgic and celebrate the fact they’re still standing, so looking to the year ahead, CampdenFB has pulled together a list of family businesses around the world celebrating round numbers in 2015.

February 10, 2015

Months after Subway founder and president Fred DeLuca returned to work following chemotherapy for leukaemia, the fast-food chain has this week confirmed his sister has taken on increased leadership responsibilities at the fast-food chain.

Months after Subway founder and president Fred DeLuca returned to work following chemotherapy for leukaemia, the fast-food chain has this week confirmed his sister has taken on increased leadership responsibilities at the fast-food chain.

Suzanne Greco is already senior vice president, a member of the board of directors, and the strategic planning committee, and has been involved with the US food business since it was founded in 1965.

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